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The Wilcox Family Homestead

Tour the historic house and sprawling grounds of one of Kauai's most impactful families. Learn why multiple generations and cultures called Grove Farm home.

The Home of Abner and Lucy Wilcox

Visit the home of missionary teachers to learn about the relationship of Hawaiians and missionaries in the 1800s. Discover why the property was preserved in the 1920's. 

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The Wilcox Family Vacation Home

Mabel Wilcox designed the beach house in 1914 with the help of her brother Charles. They gave it the Hawaiian name meaning "Island of Peace".

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Waioli Foundation celebrates the rich diverse multicultural history of Kauai by authentically preserving historic sites in Lihue and Hanalei. We are dedicated to sharing the history of Kauai with the local community and visitors through guided tours and interactive educational experiences.

 

TIME TRAVEL THROUGH 170 YEARS OF KAUAI'S HISTORY

AND THREE GENERATIONS OF THE WILCOX FAMILY.

View Our Historic Sites

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Grove Farm Museum

MORE THAN A MUSEUM

Waioli Mission House

HANALEI'S GATHERING PLACE

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Mahamoku Beach House

THE WILCOX VACATION HOME

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WAIOLI FOUNDATION

We are forever grateful for your contributions that help us continue to share and preserve the history of this beautiful island

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