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VISIT

Visit Grove Farm Museum

Our immersive walking tours take you through layers of local history all the way back to the mid-1800s. Step into the daily life of different generations and cultures that made this homestead a thriving sugarcane operation and home to all. 

how the sugar industry brought wealth, technology, and multiculturalism to the most remote corner of the Pacific.

Learn

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to inspiring stories of George Norton Wilcox’s innovations in the sugar industry, Mable Wilcox’s advancements of public health, Elsie Wilcox’s advocacy of education for all, and more.

Listen

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the extensive property from the Wilcox family home, to the first public health office, to the Japanese laundress’ cottage—all authentically preserved with original furnishings

Explore

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The impact of the Wilcox family branches out into the island’s economic growth, innovative technology, advancement of public health, and access to education for all. Learn about the individuals who went out on a limb to pursue their passions, were deeply involved in their local community, and gave back generously.
 

THE WILCOX FAMILY
One family tree deeply rooted in the landscape of Kauai's history.

Grove Farm Museum is a proud member of the Waioli Foundation's collection

of historic sites. Learn about Waioli Corporation and the connections between Grove Farm, Waioli Mission House, and Mahamoku Beach House.

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THE HISTORIC HOME OF MISSIONARY TEACHERS ABNER AND LUCY WILCOX

BUILT IN 1837

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THE FAMILY BEACH HOUSE DESIGNED BY MABEL AND HER BROTHER CHARLES WILCOX 

BUILT IN 1914

WAIOLI FOUNDATION

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SUPPORT THE
WAIOLI FOUNDATION

We are grateful for your contributions that help us preserve and share the history of this beautiful island for future generations and visitors alike. 

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