Bailey House Museum
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|O V E R V I E W|
|Facility:||Bailey House Museum|
|Description:||Built in 1833, the Bailey House is now a museum showcasing Hawaiian culture, artifacts, paintings, and furnishings from nineteenth-century Maui.
Located in historic Wailuku Maui, Hawaii, built on the site of the Royal compound of Kahekili, last ruling chief of Maui, the house served as the Mission station for the Wailuku Female Seminary for Girls until 1847, then occupied by Edward Bailey and his family until 1888. On the grounds are gardens with native Hawaiian and missionary-era plants, Hawaiian artifacts, missionary furnishings, and paintings by Edward Bailey.
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|Address 1:||2375-A main St.|
|V I S I T I N G I N F O|
|Hours:||Open Mon-Sat 10-4|
|Admission:||Adult $5, Senior $4, Child 7-12 years $1
Members and children 6 years and under free
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