The Wailoa Center can be found at 200 Piopio Street as part of Wailoa State Park on Hilo Island of Hawaii. The office is open during regular business hours for those who want to book the center. The center is open for touring the museum on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm. On Wednesday's the center is open noon to 4:30pm and it is closed Saturday, Sunday and on state holidays. Admission into the museum part of the center is free.
The Wailoa Center for Culture and Arts offers a variety of interesting artifacts to see. The center is an art and culture gallery run by the state and directed under Cody King, as of 2011. It is located just behind the King Kamehameha Statue. The building itself is two stories with a dodecahedron, though it looks more circular than having 12 sides. The main gallery is on the second floor. There is a smaller gallery on the first floor. It is called the Fountain Gallery. Each month the displays change in the smaller gallery. It may be paintings, dolls, quilts or photographs on display in the first floor gallery. Admission is free.