This 1837 home was built by missionaries William and Mary Alexander. Its tidy New England architecture and formal koa-wood furnishings epitomize the prim and proper missionary influence, while the informative guided tours offer a fascinating peek into the private lives of Kauai's early white residents. Half-hour guided tours are available for a $10 requested donation on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 9 to 3. If no one is there when you arrive, don't despair; just
ring the bell by the chimney.
Kuhio Hwy., Hanalei, Hawaii, 96714, United States