The Old Lahaina Courthouse In Hawaii Is a Marvelous Piece Of Living History

Nestled between the West Maui mountains and the shimmering Pacific on the northwestern shore of Maui, Lahaina is one of Hawaii’s greatest seaside towns and the original seat of Hawaiian royalty. The town was often considered Kamehameha the Great’s historically famous “royalty playground,” and is now full of old-world architecture from the town’s plantation era. It is also home to several incredible historic landmarks, including the Old Lahaina Courthouse. 

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The Old Lahaina Courthouse is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, head to the Lahaina Restoration Foundation website. You might also want to learn about the history of the courthouse’s neighbor, the Lahaina Banyan Tree Court

Address: 648 Wharf St, Lahaina, HI 96761, USA