Kona Coffee Living History Farm

Kona Coffee Living History Farm
The Kona Coffee Living History Farm is one of the cultural gems of Hawaii’s Big Island. History truly lives on in the ancient artifacts, authentic farmhouses and the vivid storytelling of experienced farmhands. No visitor leaves the farm without a newfound appreciation of farm life and the way Hawaiians lived in the past.
The Kona Coffee Living History Farm resides within the town of Captain Cook, on the western side of the Big Island. This attraction explores the past life of local Hawaiian communities and the impact of the island's Kona coffee industry, offering information about the processes involved with producing coffee, from plantation to roasting. A gift shop in on hand should you wish to pick up a souvenir.

Address: 82-6199 Mamalahoa Highway, Captain Cook, South Kona, The Big Island, HI-96704, Hawaii (HI), USA (US)
Tel: +1 808 323 3222

Open: Monday to Friday - 10:00 to 14:00
Admission: charge, discounts for children, children under five years old are free