Kona Historical Society
82-6199 Mamalahoa Hwy., Captain Cook
Stroll through this award-winning, historic farm that tells the story of Kona’s coffee pioneers during the early 20th century. A self-guided experience, you’re free to walk among the coffee trees, meet a “Kona Nightingale”, or watch how farmers used the kuriba and hoshidana to mill and dry their world-famous coffee. Visit the original 1920’s farmhouse where you may find the homemaker starting the fire to cook rice or making musubi for the farmer’s lunch.
$15 with festival button, $10 for Hawai’i residents with festival button, $5 for children 7-17 and children under 7 are free, tickets available for purchase on-site.