HE HUAKA`I I NĀ UĀ MAMAO
A Journey Through Time
A Significant Hawaiian Heritage Institution
Archives of Kaua`i & Ni`ihau An archive is a repository of records. Our mission is to collect, organize, preserve, and provide access to non-current documents stored in a repository.
Every Saturday is `Ohana Day. Admission is FREE for Kaua`i & Ni`ihau residents
Your support directly helps to sustain permanent exhibits, provide educational tours, programs, and host cultural festivals.
Kaua`i Plantation Gift Shop OPEN 9-4 Mon-Sat
The Mission of the Kaua′i Museum…
To inspire and promote in the community, an appreciation and respect for the indigenous and immigrant people of Kaua′i and Ni′ihau, and their cultural heritage by working in active cooperation with the indigenous and immigrant people to help sustain their perspective cultures in the contemporary world; developing and preserving outstanding collections which reflect the heritage and artistic achievements of the indigenous and immigrant peoples; creating appropriate exhibits, publication and educational programs which serve the indigenous and immigrant peoples and the general public; offers access to archives artifacts for research; and providing an opportunity for artist to exhibit their creations which may be the artifact of tomorrow.