Lahaina Banyan Court
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Located on Front Street in Lahaina, the banyan tree takes up an entire city block. The museum and art gallery are worth the time too. This is the gathering place for just about everything; street vendors, sightseeing tours, etc. and where Front Street begins. A great place to begin your tour of…
Cool tree that takes up a whole block, great mynah bird "concert" at sunset, right in town with plenty of historical sights, shopping, restaurants, bars and the harbor close by.
Lahaina Banyan Court Park is a public park located at the corner of Front Street and Canal Street in the town of Lahaina, Hawaii, which was the capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii from 1820 to 1845. Nice place to sit and people watch.
Sheriff William Owen Smith planted an Indian banyan tree in the courtyard square in 1873 to memorialize the 50th anniversary of the first American Protestant mission in Lahaina. The banyan tree has become the largest banyan tree in Hawaii, and one of the largest banyan trees in the United States…