The museum is rich in history outlining the establishment of the sugar plantation era and how the sugar industry gave rise to Hawai’i’s multi-cultural heritage. From wall-to-wall the museum is filled with a enormous collection of old signs, bottles, newspapers, photos, a telephone booth, restaurant booth, Pete Beamer's buggy, baseball uniforms and much more.
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