Wailuku is one of Maui’s most cherished towns and a vibrant Arts District. Enhancing its unique character and sense of place are the historic landmarks, charming shops and boutiques, inviting eateries and cafes, amazing public art, theater performances and events held year-round. There’s a myriad of businesses, government offices, schools, and churches – all an easy walk from each other. It’s a community of art lovers, theater enthusiasts and partygoers. But, most of all, it’s a place where local families have lived and worked for generations. We hope you enjoy learning about Wailuku. Better still, come and visit. We look forward to welcoming you.
Experience Wailuku’s arts district – the artists, self-guided walking tours and the stories
Be inspired by Wailuku’s performing arts community
Shows, entertainment, classes, workshops and more
Sign up to ride Da Bee for free with various “flower” stops in Wailuku and now Kepaniwai Park and ‘Iao Valley State Park
A Hawaiian Cultural Center in Wailuku is in the early planning stages – we welcome your feedback
Maui’s first and Hawaii’s only edible cookie dough food trailer, DÔLISH in Wailuku Town, has a winning recipe.
Participants of SMALL TOWN * BIG ART's storytelling exchange led by artist Leilehua Yuen were paired up with community kūpuna to engage in an open talk story session.