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The area has become a gathering place for those who have no regard to the designated parking area and drugs and alcohol are pervasive. I am sad to see how much the area has gone down. The people do not go there to celebrate the...More
This is a peaceful garden area. Lots of history; Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Portuguese immigration and garden areas. Picnic and bbq area with tables and shade. No admission. Worth a visit. On way to Iao Valley.
This is a cute garden with houses and temples commemorating the immigrants that came to Maui to work the farms. Not only is it a pretty garden, but it's free and has a lot of picnic tables and a river running along it. Great place...More
The Heritage Gardens is a County maintained facility with separate areas highlighting the various immigrant groups that make up Maui's diverse population. Buildings, gardens, and informative signage about the Korean, Portuguese, Japanese, and Chinese communities on Maui. I learned that Sun Yat Sen, the first...More
We visited on a weekday morning when this all looked a bit forlorn. We get the principle involved but it’s all a little down at heel and needs some TLC. On what we saw, not really worth a stop but perhaps it comes alive at...More
This place is located on the road heading up to the Iao Monument, and featurnt an array of small gardens which highlight the cultures of different Maui immigrant groups (Portuguese, Puerto Rican, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean). There’s a number of covered picnic areas that are...More
An interesting quick stop that is a nice to spend a bit of time at IF you are going to IAO Valley already. It does not warrant a separate stop. We stopped after going to the Valley and enjoyed walking the grounds.
The gardens, as...More