Wai`oli Hui`ia Church and Waioli Mission House museum are separate entities, but both are part of the historic Waioli Mission District in Hanalei, Kaua`i, Hawai`i.
The Waioli Mission House is located behind the little green church property
and is a part of Grove Farm's Waioli Corporation.
Tours of the Waioli Mission House in Hanalei are offered Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays from 9 am to 3 pm, and done on a "first come" basis.
To access the parking lot, turn at the Kauai Visitors Bureau sign on the corner of the long drive that runs between the small white fence on the church property and the chain link fence on the Hanalei School property. Drive down four telephone poles, past the white and green church office building, and look for the small ‘parking’ sign in the tree area on your left. After parking, follow the path to the Mission House.
Waioli Corporation celebrates and shares the rich diverse multicultural history of Kaua`i. The Waioli Mission House and Mahamoku museums in Hanalei, the Grove Farm museum in Lihue, and the original roundhouse in Puhi, which has the largest collection of operating Kaua`i sugar plantation steam locomotives, are made available by Waioli Corporation to be enjoyed by the local community and visitors through guided tours and educational research. The three museum sites and four plantation steam locomotives are listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places.
For more information on the Waioli Mission House museum, please visit www.grovefarm.org/waiolimissionhouse.
or call Grove Farm at 808-245-3202