Kona Coffee Living History Farm
82-6199 Mamalahoa Highway, Captain Cook, Big Island, Hawaii

History truly comes to life at the Kona Coffee Living History Farm as costumed staffers recreate scenes of the coffee farm’s rich past by demonstrating everyday tasks once performed by farm workers between 1920-1945. The area’s rich, volcanic soil proved perfect for cultivating the world-famous Kona coffee bean, and this attracted Japanese immigrants to the island to work for the growing industry. Other fun stuff to partake in while there: walk through the coffee fields and macadamia nut orchards, take a tour of the historic farmhouse, and, of course, savor a flavorful cup of Kona coffee!

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