Spend a leisurely few hours exploring the streets and historic buildings of Hawaii's first capital city. Beautiful Old Town Lahaina is rich with history and culture, and the best way to experience it all is at your own pace on a self-guided walking tour. Explore the Baldwin Home Museum, located in one of Lahaina's oldest buildings, then make your way to the Old Lahaina Lighthouse, the first in all of Hawaii.
Along the way, refuel at one of the many cafés and coffee shops, and try local delicacies like poi and rich Kona coffee. Fun boutiques and shops offer everything from souvenirs to local art. And the historic waterfront is a great spot to relax and soak up the coastal vibes.
Explore Old Lahaina Town at your own pace on a leisurely walking tour along the main streets of Hawaii's first capital city. Your tour begins at the corner of Front and Dickenson Streets, and takes you past 28 significant historical and cultural sites, including the Hauola Stone, an ancient Hawaiian healing place, and an ancient Banyan tree that sprawls across an entire acre. Seasonal arts and crafts fairs, cozy cafés and scenic views wait to be discovered along the way. Self-guided hikes take 1-2 hours, depending on how often you stop and visit the various attractions.
What are some good restaurants in Lahaina Town?
If you enjoy your meals accompanied by stunning ocean views, Lahaina Town delivers. Take your pick from casual lunch spots like Kimo's Maui where you can get pupus, burgers, salads and fish tacos or the rooftop deck of Fleetwoods on Front Street, where you can enjoy fine dining and expansive ocean views. You can also splurge on exquisite fare at Mala Ocean Tavern, where waves literally lap at your toes. And no visit to Maui is complete without a delicious dinner in a beautiful setting at Lahaina Grill, named "Best Maui Restaurant" by Honolulu Magazine.