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Whalers Village Museum
 

 The Whalers Village Museum provides a glimpse of the years between 1825 and 1860, when Lahaina was the center of this maritime industry. Visitors can see a re-created whaling ship forecastle, where sailors endured voyages that lasted up to five years, a large-scale model of a whaling ship, and a prized collection of scrimshaw, which are objects the whalers typically carved from baleen or whale ivory. Audio tours, available in several languages, also detail the story of the whaling industry.

(808) 661-5992
www.whalersvillage.com/museum.htm




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