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Kokeʻe Natural History Museum Kokeʻe Natural History Museum, located just past mile marker 15 on the road up to Waimea Canyon, is open 365 days a year from 9am to 4:00pm. Kokeʻe Museum provides trail information and sells maps trail maps...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 4:00 AM
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Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Kokee State Park, after 15 mile marker, Hwy 550, Kekaha, Kauai, HI 96752
We passed this on the way to the and from taking in the views, but decided we should drive back up to check it out. I enjoy exploring such places. Glad we did. Several amazing collections - shells, insects, flowers, tree wood, and others that...More
Museum is a little bit of an overstatement but I always enjoy popping in here. Don’t expect too much but it’s a great little building with artifacts and information about the area. Give it a quick peek and maybe grab a little something from the...More
This is a great little museum if you want to know about the plants and animals you'll see while on Kauai. This is also the place to stop to get a detailed map and really good directions for the numerous trails in Waimea Canyon. Very...More
Couple of shops to get something to eat and drink. Walked around the Koke'e Museum. Interesting displays of plants, animals, vintage pictures and history. Donation box asks for $3/person for upkeep and operational expenses. We contributed. Worth the money.
First of all... I am not a museum lover, but to me this one use very unimpressive.
Maybe it is just me ... but the rather small amount of old stuff in a very small building was just not that exciting to me or anyone...More
This place is definitely worth a stop on your drive in the canyon.
We stopped here about halfway through our drive to take a quick break. There is no admission fee, but there is a suggested donation box of $3 to which we gladly donated....More
Chris F, Manager at Kokee Natural History Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 11 June 2018
This was a great little museum with a very knowledgable and friendly staff, reasonably priced and interesting high quality merchandise in the gift shop including a lot of locally made crafts. Stop in for all your hiking map and local knowledge needs. This is authentic...More
A must! You will feel an urge to go all the way to the top first (That's OK too).. Stop again on your way down. Remember closing is 4PM. Bring a lunch (poke maybe) ..There are sheltered picnic tables and bathrooms at the top of...More