Love it or hate it, the frenzy of activity is aligned with history; Lahaina has been “buzzing” since well before tourism ever washed up on these shores.
Art While “the buzz” could fit into most any of your run-of-the-mill tourist towns, the over 40 fine art galleries in Lahaina are definitely a “uniquely Lahaina” touch.
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In fact, fine art anchors this town to a level of sophistication that would probably otherwise be lacking.
While you’ll definitely find plenty of galleries that feature the works of local artists, and plenty of opportunities to view and purchase tropical and ocean genre-specific artwork, these are by no means the limit of the range of art offered.
DETAILS: The second most visited spot in Maui, Lahaina is compact and crowded.
Parking Okay, I’m mystified with the overwhelming consensus of the commercial guidebooks on this topic: unless you’re obsessed with free parking, parking complaints are waaaaay exaggerated and overdone.
Since most of the islands' highlights are inaccessible from the ground, flying is the only way to see them.