Kona Coffee Living History Farm, Hawaii Attractions

Attractions on Hawaii | Kona Coffee Living History Farm

Kona Coffee Living History Farm is an Attraction on Hawaii that includes historic artifacts, costumed interpreters, and more.

Address: 
82-6199 Mamalahoa Highway Captain Cook, HI 96704
Phone: 
808.323.3222

This Attraction on Hawaii is the only one of its kind. Visitors of all ages will enjoy a visit to the Kona Coffee Living History Farm.

About Kona Coffee Living History Farm:
Living history museums provide a fun and interesting way to learn about various points in history in a way that all ages enjoy. At this Attraction on Hawaii, visitors will learn about those who first farmed Kona coffee from 1926 to 1945.

The 5.5-acre property features a historic farm house, interesting artifacts, and much more. What really brings the experience to life are the costumed-interpreters who stay in character to really show what it what like on a farm during the 2nd quarter of the 20th century.

The interpreters will also show visitors the skills of making traditional crafts, some of the methods of agriculture, and typical daily tasks that were required when living on a farm. You can also take a stroll through the lovely coffee and macadamia nut orchids, and see live animals such as donkeys and chickens.           

Before you leave this Attraction on Hawaii, be sure to stop into the gift shop. Pick up some authentic, 100% Kona coffee and other locally-made gifts. Your friends and family back home will be thrilled to get some Kona coffee straight from the Island, so this makes a wonderful gift.

The Kona Coffee Living History Farm is one of many Attractions on Hawaii that provide a glimpse into the history of the Island and the people who have lived here for generations. Add a visit to this popular Attraction to your list of can’t-miss things to do during your next visit.

Hours:
Monday through Friday – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Admission:
Adults - $15
Ages 5-12 - $5
Under 5 - Free