Take A Journey Back In Time At This One-Of-A-Kind Hawaii Destination
If there’s one beverage Hawaii is known for, it’s coffee. After all, Hawaii is the only American state with land able to grow coffee. And while we love all of the incredible coffee farms you’ll find across the Hawaiian Islands — there is one variety that has become world-famous. Grown in a small section of fertile volcanic soil on Hawaii Island’s Kona coast, Kona coffee is definitely a cut above any coffee you can find, well, pretty much anywhere. To experience the best coffee this famous region has to offer and to learn about the history of coffee in this region and the impact it’s had on Hawaii, head on over to the Kona Coffee Living History Farm.
The Kona Coffee Living History Farm is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. They are closed Saturday and Sunday. Admission is $15 for adults, $10 for Hawaii residents, $5 for students (7 to 17 years old), and free for children under 7 years old and Kona Historical Society members. For more information, visit their website or follow them on Facebook. Have you ever been to this coffee lover’s paradise before? What about this coffee destination that features a lava tube, treehouse, and so much more?