The Annual Holiday Craft Fair, sponsored by the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives is the oldest craft fair in Honolulu and features only items made in Hawai‘i, along with the artists who make them. Every year, the Holiday Craft Fair takes place on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, timed to help you get your holiday shopping done early so you can enjoy the season. With over 40 vendors featuring an array of Hawai‘i-made items, it will be easy to find unique gifts for everyone on your list, including glass artwork, jewelry, pottery, woodwork, artistic silk scarves, and more! But wait, there’s more! With typical Hawaiian ingenuity, Kawaiaha‘o Church (just across the street) schedules its Annual Holiday Mākeke and Craft Fair on the same day—doubling the shopping possibilities! Kawaiaha‘o’s craft fair features a unique combination of old and new, “International” and “Made In Hawai‘i” crafters. Bring the whole family to enjoy the event and the grounds that surround the oldest houses in Hawai‘i as well as our most venerable church in Hawaiʻi. Parking: Metered street parking on Kawaiaha’o Street, Mission Lane and South Street. Paid lot at South Street and Queen Street. The Frank Fasi Municipal Building parking lot at South King Street and Alapai Street (credit cards only). More info: Hawaiian Mission Houses – Thousands Of Stories
Canʻt make it that day? On a neighbor Island? Shop online: Gift Shop – Hawaiian Mission Houses.