Crazy Shirts at the Wharf Cinema Center in Lahaina is on Front St. with many amenities available in our shopping center and with in walking distance from many other great restaurants, galleries, activities and historical sights.
King Kamehameha made his home in Lahaina and worked a taro field in the location where the Lahaina Library is now.
Lahaina was once known as the “Venice of the Pacific” due to all the canals running throughout the town.
Lahaina was the Capital of Hawaii and whaling back in the 1800’s. It was so popular for the whaling vessels because of its fresh water so close to shore. The Wharf Cinema Center still houses the original fresh water pump house on the north side of the mall.
We are across the street from the famous Banyan tree, this year it makes its 137th birthday.
We are also across the street from Lahaina boat harbor where fishing trips, whale watches and cocktail cruises leave from.
WE are in a historical district with many historical buildings and locations surrounding us.
Our building was built in 1978 and we are one of the only original tenants left. Our anniversary date is July 1, 1978.
We have the historical Pioneer Inn hotel across the street as well; it was opened in 1901and cost $6000 to build. It was in the original movie "Hawaii".
We have Lahainaluna High school, the oldest school west of the Rockies up on the mountain above Lahaina and an elementary school named after the great King Kamehameha III built on the grounds of Princess Nahi'ena'ena's home (wife and sister to King Kamehameha III).
Our staff consists of 1 manager Leilani Rodrique who’s been with the company for 21 years, a supervisor Miles Stucklen here now for only 4 months, sales persons Heather Long and Mike Mercurio who have been here for 1 ½ years and 1 year.