Artifacts collected during archeological excavations and surveys provide valuable information about the people and events that occured in the park. Over 5,800 artifacts are preserved in the museum collection today.
Did You Know?
`A`ali`i (Dodonaea viscosa) is an important shrub with many traditional Hawaiian uses. Its hard and durable wood makes a fine spear. Seed pods are fashioned into beautiful lei, while its red capsules can be boiled to make dye.