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kokee state park
Kokee Natural History Museum The Kokee Natural History Museum, located in Kokee State Park, is an important resource that maintains several exhibits about the natural history of Kauai, including features focusing on plant life and meteorological conditions. Staff and volunteers at the museum have an extensive knowledge of the area, and are an invaluable resource in picking trails to hike and informing visitors of current and anticipated weather conditions.
kauai lighthouse
Kilauea Lighthouse Perched at the northernmost tip of Kauai’s dramatic North Shore, the 52-foot Kilauea Lighthouse was built in 1913 as a beacon for traveling ships. Although its light was turned off in the 1970s and has been replaced by an automatic beacon, it still serves as one of the island's most frequented attractions. This is also the location of the Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge, a sanctuary for seabirds. This scenic peninsula, located 200 feet above sea level, is a must-see on your visit to the North Shore.
hanalei pier
Hanalei Town Peaceful Hanalei Town is home to the Waioli Mission House. Browse its galleries for art made in Kauai and carvings made from rare, native Hawaiian woods. Enjoy ukulele concerts held at the Hanalei Community Center, a regular Kauai event. The historic Hanalei Pier, built in 1892, has long been a favorite gathering place for local residents who go there to fish, swim and play music on Hanalei Bay.