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    Pioneer Inn
 in Maui/Lahaina

Local Attractions

Feast at Lele
Treat yourself to a royal tour of Polynesian cuisine with this 5-course, sit-down dinner. Delicacies from Hawaii and Aotearoa (New Zealand, Tahiti, and Samoa) await you, along with dessert. While dining, admire panoramic views and Polynesian entertainment. Experience a unique fine dining experience at Lele and discover the food and dance of Polynesia. As each course arrives, dancers representing a particular island come out to entertain the crowd.

Old Lahaina Lu’au
The Old Lahaina Lu’au takes great pride in presenting an authentic Hawaiian Lu’au. Enjoy an evening of traditional Hawaiian cuisine, music, cultural dances, and demonstrations. Guests will appreciate a genuine reflection of Hawaii’s rich history while enjoying an ocean view and sunset.

Banyan Tree Park
On April 24, 1873, to honor the 50th anniversary of the first Protestant mission in Lahaina, which was started at the request of Queen Keōpūolani, the sacred wife and widow of King Kamehameha the Great, Sheriff William Owen Smith planted the exotic Indian Banyan. At the time it was only eight feet tall. It now stands over 60 feet high, has 16 major trunks in addition to the massive original and stretches over a 200-foot area. Maui County Arborist Committee carefully maintains the health and shape of this majestic tree. It is the largest banyan tree in the entire United States. In recent times, the courthouse square was renamed “Banyan Tree Park” in its honor. Lahaina Restoration Foundation takes care of the park grounds.

Old Lahaina Courthouse and Customs House
Located on Wharf Street in historic Lahaina, the Old Courthouse and Customs House is a cultural treasure. Originally opened in 1860, it served dual purpose as a customs house for whaling and commercial ships as well as home to governmental business and court affairs. The building was constructed during the late 1850s on the property of the Old Fort, and a remaining wall of the old fort can still be seen off to the side of the courthouse. It was built with materials from one of Kamehameha III's palaces that was destroyed during a windstorm before completion, which adds a unique twist to its history. The courthouse was renovated in 1925 in the Greek Revival architectural style that you see today.

Baldwin Home Museum
The oldest house still standing on the island of Maui, Baldwin Home is a recognizable landmark in the heart of historic Lahaina. The original four-room, single level structure was built by Reverend Ephraim Spaulding between 1834-35 in what was then referred to as the “missionary compound.” This area offered a direct view to the Lahaina landing and roadstead beyond where whaling ships would anchor.

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