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Candle Lit Tours Return to the Baldwin Home Museum

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1945 LHS MIL Baseball Champions. PC: Lahaina Restoration Foundation.

Lahaina Restoration Foundation announced the return of their candlelit tours of the Baldwin Home Museum beginning Friday, Sept. 4 from 5 to 8 p.m. The home tour will return alongside a new exhibit featuring historic photographs of sports teams from the Pioneer Mill era.

The tours and exhibits will be held weekly in conjunction with Friday Night is Art Night.

The Candle Lit Tour explores the fully furnished 19th century Baldwin Home which will be illuminated by dozens of candles. Tours are $5 per person with children 12 and under free. Each 20 minute tour is limited to five people. Signups will be taken on site. Docents will walk each group through the home, and once they are back outside, questions will be taken. The docents of the popular tour are excited for a return to educating the public, and invite the community to take a step back into time.


A free exhibit featuring photographs of a variety of sports teams from the Pioneer Mill era will be on display on the Baldwin Home lawn.  The exhibit shows off the many memories of youth, club and community sports from the 1930’s to the 1970’s.

The public is invited to stroll through Historic Lahaina Town for the festive Friday Night is Art Night. Visit for a list of participating galleries.

In conformance with Maui County regulations, masks must be worn on the candle lit tour and while looking at the outdoor exhibits. Single use masks, and hand sanitizer will be available on site and social distancing will be enforced. Event organizers ask those in attendance to please be conscious of the safety and comfort of yourself and others when attending.


Contact [email protected] for more information.


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