Sights You Don'T Want To Miss In Lihue, Hawaii
What are some sights you don't want to miss in Lihue, Hawaii? What makes them unique?
This is one of the most gorgeous islands in the Pacific Ocean and is quite a neat town. It's a plantation town and has been growing sugar cane since the early 1800s. Here are some of the sights you don't want to miss when you're visiting Lihue, Hawaii.
• Grove Farm. This is a plantation that was created by the son of a missionary to grow sugar cane. George Wilcox created an interesting watering system to make the land usable. He created aqueducts down the mountains in order to improve the soil conditions. It quickly became one of the most successful cane farms in Hawaii. You can tour the farm for a nominal cost. 245-3202.
• Kauai Museum. This is a great place to learn all about the culture and rich history of the island. The museum has many exhibits that change on a monthly basis. You can tour the museum in downtown Lihue Monday thru Saturday. 245-6931.
• Old Lutheran Church. There are several churches in Lihue that really shouldn't be missed. The Lutheran Church was built in the late 19th Century and offers an interesting look at religion and architecture of the period.
• Menehune Gardens. This is a sight that can provide you with a beautiful view of Hawaii. Here you can see just about any flower or plant that exists on the Hawaiian islands. You can get a nice sampling of the flora here. The
gardens are along Route 51. 245-2660.
• Wailua Falls. This is one of the most gorgeous sights on the island. The falls are along Route 56 along the ocean. A couple different cliffs provide for quite the setting , as water pours down over the rocks and falls into the ocean. The area below is quite rocky, and makes for an amazing sight.
• Alakoko Pond. This is the sight of one of the original settlements of the island. This pond is now infamous for its fishing area by the locals.