Learn the tale of the early Japanese immigrants in America, visit their living history farm on Big Island and watch the remains turned into a museum to remember the early pioneers of coffee cultivation in America at Kona Coffee Living History Farm.


Journey back in time and witness the rich culture and heritage of Hawaii at Kona Coffee Living History Farm on Big Island. Learn about the glorious past of America, the original 1920's farmhouse surrounded by lush coffee trees and museum that tells the tales of coffee pioneers in America during the early twentieth century. Take a stroll through this rustic landscape and learn how the early Japanese immigrant farmers used to cultivate coffee plants and started a coffee trading business at is blooming till day. People from around the world find the taste and aroma of Kona coffee at par from others and come to visit Big Island to buy the purest and 100% Kona coffee in Hawaii.


10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Additional Information

  • Admission fee- $15 for adults, $9 for college student with ID, $5 for youth from 7 to 17. Free entry for kids under 7.


82-6199 Mamalahoa Hwy, Captain Cook, HI 96704, USA
kona coffee living histoey farm
big island

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