Maui Sights to See

Maui will thrill the adventurer in you.

Because of the island’s relatively small size, most of Maui’s favorite attractions are easy to reach. So pack your sunscreen, water and snacks and holoholo – go anywhere!

Explore Maui

Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum
Award-winning museum charts the history of the sugar industry on Maui and its role in establishing the island’s rich multi-cultural population.

Lahaina Kaanapali Railroad
Guided tour on Maui's historic steam locomotive and dinner train between historic Lahaina Town and Kaanapali.

Maui Ocean Center /The Hawaiian Aquarium
Extraordinary collection of Hawaiian water creatures. Centrally located close to Maui hotels.

*Photo provided by Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Tor Johnson

Maui Arts & Cultural Center
Maui’s premier destination for the visual and performing arts. Art, music storytelling and humor.

Maui Tropical Plantation
A 60-acre working plantation offers a glimpse into Hawaii’s rich agricultural history. It is home to dining, a country store, weddings and special events.

Hawaii Nature Center
In breathtaking Iao Valley. Interactive nature museum and guided rainforest walks. A must see!

Surfing Goat Dairy
Located on the slopes of Haleakala in Kula. One of Maui’s top tourism venues – its cheese and truffles win national awards.

*Photo provided by Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Tor Johnson

Whale watching off the coast off Maui. 

Watch as Whale Trust co-founder Flip Nicklin reveals the mysteries of Hawaii’s humpbacks. Then go on a whale watching tour off the coast of Maui.

*Photo provided by Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Tor Johnson