Lahaina Town was originally established as the Royal Capital of Hawaii and later became the center of the whaling industry followed by a thriving sugar cane industry. This charming town now attracts visitors from around the world. At the heart of Lahaina town is the Lahaina Harbor and the historic Banyan Tree Park as well as a number of historic sites maintained by the Lahaina Restoration Foundation. The Foundation is instrumental in preserving and perpetuating the history of our town, and cares for The Baldwin Home Museum, Master's Reading Room, Old Lahaina Courthouse, Lahaina Heritage Museum, Banyan Tree, Lahaina Lighthouse, Wo Hing Museum, Hale Pa'ahao Prison, Hale Aloha, Seaman's Hosptial, Hale Pa'i Printing museum, Pioneer Mill, Plantation Museum, and Lahaina Historic Trail.
Front Street is the main attraction where visitors and locals alike enjoy many restaurants, quaint sidewalk shops and art galleries housed in plantation style buildings. Harbor activities are also a part of the Lahaina scene. In 2011, Front Street was named one of the 10 Great Streets in America.
Lahaina is also home to Lahainaluna High School, home of the Lunas. Lahainaluna started as a seminary school in 1831, establishing it as the oldest school west of the Rockies, and the oldest high school west of the Mississippi. In 1836 a Boarding program was established and is still in existence today as a work-study program. Perched high above Lahaina underneath the "L" on Mount Ball, Lahainaluna is a school steeped in history, culture, and tradition. If you want to really see the true spirit of Hawaii, we invite you to join the annual David Malo Day Celebration at Boarder's Field in April.
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