Temporarily closed due to Covid
Located in historic Wailuku and built on the site of the royal compound of King Kahekili, the last ruling chief of Maui, Hale Ho'ike'ike once served as the Wailuku Female Seminary for Hawaiian Girls on Maui from 1832 to 1849 and remained the home of Edward Bailey and his family until 1888. Dedicated as a museum on July 6th, 1957, the Bailey House was placed on the National and Hawai'i Registers of Historic Places in 1972.
Today, the Hale Ho'ike'ike Museum showcases pre-contact Hawaiian artifacts and culture, as well as beautiful paintings and furnishings of nineteenth-century Maui. It is the home of the Maui Historical Society, which also operates an archival resource center, museum gift shop, and the Chas Fisher Memorial Gardens of native and missionary-era flora and fauna.
Our friendly and knowledgeable staff and volunteers are excited to share with you the artifacts, history, and heritage of Maui.
General Public: $7, Seniors (60 and over) $5, Children (7-12 years) $2, Children (6 and under) Free
Museum & Gift Shop Hours: Mon-Sat 10 am to 4 pm, closed Sundays and Holidays
Archival Resource Center - by appointment only
Cost: Adults $7, Seniors $5, Children $2
Hale Ho'ike'ike (formerly Bailey House Museum)
2375-A Main St
Wailuku, HI USA 96793
Island Area: Central Maui
Contact: Naomi "Sissy" Lake-Farm, Executive Director
Phone: (808) 244-3326