The Honolulu House was built in 1860 by chief justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, Abner Pratt. Pratt moved to Michigan from Hawaii and built a replica of his home from the islands. The house stays true to tropical architecture, contains a beautiful circular staircase, and the walls and ceilings are adorned with morals depicting the Hawaiian tropics. The Honolulu House is open for tours from May- October and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
We peeked into every possible window, but are looking forward to taking a full tour next summer!