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In the 1800s, Lahaina was fought over by whalers and missionaries, who were constantly battling over the lax morals of the whaling outposts and raucous taverns that were scattered along the port. Front Street was home to these outposts.
Today, Front Street remains the main thoroughfare for Lahaina, although looking quite differently than back in its whaling days. Instead of raucous taverns and whaling outposts, the streets are lined with great restaurants, shopping, art galleries and plenty of sight seeing and people watching.
Although Front Street has toned it down from its past lewd behavior, there is still plenty of fun to be had. There are plenty of bars and clubs for those night owls interested in having some drinks after the sun sets. Check out our guide and articles to learn more about Front Street in Lahaina.