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Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center, Makawao

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Art Museum Historic Site
Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center is located in Makawao. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Makawao holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is a non-profit art center that has two (very) small exhibition rooms. They have a very nice gift store where we spent a bit of time as it was raining the day we went. We bought some festive sock...  more »
  • Come here if you want a REAL souvenier made by a local artist for the same price as the tourist trap places. Great cultural center as well on beautfu grounds. Classes taught in painting and glass blow...  more »
  • Its nice you can see local art and jewelry and things like that. Worth a look if you like art not to hard to find its below Makawao town a few hundred yards.  more »
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  • Our son Troy went here for a summer drawing/painting course and came back extremely educated with a different outlook on art. We're looking forward to many more courses for our family. The setting is very tranquil and picturesque, with beautiful gardening around every corner. Thank you Hui No'eau!
  • Georgeous property. Although we didn't attend any event, we walked through this beautiful home and carriage house. The landscaped grounds are expansive and very well kept.
  • It's worth the trip just to see the beautiful historic home. The art exhibits are a huge bonus. Stroll down the lawn to the road and there's an old ruin from the sugar mill days. A great place to take photos!