Bailey House Museum
Built in 1883 as a missionary home for Edward and Caroline Bailey, the Bailey House Museum exhibits collections of Hawaiian artifacts, paintings, and hand-crafted items that reflect Hawaiian heritage. Elaborate furnishings also decorate the Museum and provide insight to the Hawaiian culture.
The house served as a Mission station for the Wailuku Female Seminary for Girls until 1847. Edward Bailey and his family then occupied the home until 1888. Today, the Bailey House Museum has a gift shop that allows you to buy collectibles, which helps fund the upkeep of the Museum.
Museum and gift shop hours are Monday- Saturday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM. The Museum is closed Sundays, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.
To get to the Bailey House Museum take Kaahumanu Rd, also marked Highway 32 West toward Wailuku. The road will turn into Highway 320. Once you pass Kehalani Parkway the Bailey Hose is on your left.