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The Mokupapapa Discovery Center allows visitors to learn about the natural science, culture, and history of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, and the surrounding marine environment. Since most people...more
76 Kamehameha Ave, Hilo, Island of Hawaii, HI 96720-2831
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Extensive history of the Hawaiian Islands that is well done. Great for families and kids. Most people do not recognize that there many other Hawaiian islands that extend about 1200 miles northwest of Kauai. Well worth a visit and about one block away from the...More
To learn more about the native animals and island this is a very informative place to visit. It opens at 9am and is Closed on Mondays........in a beautiful historic building with a gift shop and very helpful people on hand. Nice place for children and...More
It is worth a visit! It is for free. People there are very friendly. When I was there a ranger of the volcano park talked about the current situation in the park and what was going on there this year. Very interesting and a lot...More
Very nice Discovery Center! The Volcano Park rangers were moved upstairs to this location because the park was closed, so that was a bonus. There were also local performers there that day and that was wonderful!
Initially we visited because Hawaii Volcanoes National Park rangers were there. The museum is a very worthwhile visit with a large aquarium and many marine exhibits about Hawaii. Plus indoor educational play areas for kids. The park rangers gave us the latest updates on the...More
Very nice place to visit. Because the Volcano National park was closed while we were there, the park service rangers were there giving presentations and answering questions concerning the volcano, that was good and very informing information as to were you could go see fissure...More