This charming museum tells the story of rural Kona through costumed interpreters in a vintage setting—the region’s oldest surviving store, built of lava rock in 1870. Coffee grower and rancher Henry Nicholas Greenwell, his wife, and daughter-in-law sold everything from denim and parasols to tobacco and poi, including many items now stocked on the restored shelves. On Thursday, folks line up at its roadside stand to buy hot Portuguese sweet bread ($7), baked in the communal stove oven in the pasture below from 10am to 1pm. Museum admission is not required to join the volunteers kneading and shaping the dough; the first loaves emerge around 12:30pm and sell out quickly.