Lyman House Memorial Museum
Showcases the natural and cultural history of Hawaii in exhibit halls and 1839 historic missionary home. Find out about programs, the collections, and employment.
Lyman Museum & Mission House
Telling the story of Hawai`i, its islands, and its people since 1931. The Lyman Museum began as the Lyman Mission House, originally built for New England missionaries David and Sarah Lyman in 1839.
Pacific Tsunami Museum
Pacific Tsunami Museum is a Hilo, Hawaii-based museum dedicated to the history of the 1946 Pacific Tsunami.
Parker Ranch And Historic Homes
Hawaii’s oldest cattle ranch. We have a variety of fun activities for the entire family at Parker Ranch; horseback rides, ATV adventures, highly recommended Heritage Tours and our acclaimed hunting program.
The Train Museum
Laupahoehoe Train Museum! We are a small, community-run museum located on the beautiful Hamakua Heritage Coast of the Big Island of Hawai'i. Our purpose is to honor the colorful history of the Hilo Railroad, which began in 1899 and lasted to 1946, when railroad tracks and facilities were irreparably damaged by a devastating tidal wave.