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Lahu'e, East Kauai
This 80-acre sugar plantation belonged to George N. Wilcox and his nieces who built their home here in 1864. It was turned into a museum in 1978 and depicts the rise to fame of the prominent family. The main house is in pristine condition with walls and a staircase made of native Koa wood. Also on the grounds are a wash house, tea house, and guest cottage.
Tours available at 10am and 1pm on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Take Highway 50 east from Puhi toward Lihu'e. Turn right on Nawiliwili Road just past Mile Marker #1 before entering the town of Lihu'e. The Grove Farm Homestead Museum is about 1/2 down the road on the left.