Part of our Lahaina Series – Part 3 of 3
Cool down in the shade under one of the banyan trees in the USA. Imported from India and planted in front of this Lahaina Courthouse and Lahaina Harbor on 1873 and makes for a great spot to take family photos, this shrub along Front Street is an whole city block’s size and stands greater than high. Should you have to cool down a little, then you can walk for two-thirds of an acre under the shadow of its sweeping branches. Art exhibits and many events are held under this popular gathering place. At Art at the Park, which happens every second and fourth weekend of this month, navigate for affordable paintings, limited edition prints plus a wealth of crafts under the dangling vines and twelve major trunks of this Lahaina landmark.