Since 1957, the Maui Historical Society has welcomed visitors to the charming former home of Edward Bailey, a missionary, teacher, and accomplished artist. The 1833 building—a hybrid of Hawaiian stonework and Yankee-style architecture—is a trove of Hawaiiana. Inside you’ll find pre-contact artifacts: precious feather lei, kapa (barkcloth) samples, a wooden spear so large it defies believability, and a collection of gem-like Hawaiian tree-snail shells. Bailey’s exquisite landscapes decorate the rock walls, capturing on canvas a Maui that exists only in memory.