Moana Glass

Share: 

Business Hours

Closed Now  Today: 9:00AM - 5:00PM  
Moana Glass Business Hours
Sun
Closed
Mon
Closed
Tue
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thu
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sat
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
1203 Keawe St
Lahaina, HI 96761
Directions
Moana Glass by Ryan Staub is Maui's Premier Glassblowing artist with studio and galleries. We feature exquisite artwork, live glassblowing, and glassblowing lessons where you can make your own beautiful piece of glass art in Lahaina! Our glassblowing gallery in Lahaina on Front Street features fine art created by Ryan, who for over 20 years has been a devoted glass artist. Come work with his team and book a private glassblowing class in Lahaina or visit our gallery in West Maui today.
Get Listed

Premier Businesses in Hawaii, HI

Union One Glass & Metal LLC.
  • • Plate Glass Windows
  • • Custom Mirrors
  • • Screens, Table Tops, Sliding Doors, Etc
(808) 479-6031
View More Info
All World Glass
  • • Indoor & Outdoor Glass Railings
  • • Lanai Enclosure Removal & Installation
  • • Frameless Shower Enclosure & Mirror
(808) 847-0277
Directions Website
View More Info
Stacey's Mobile Screen Repairs
  • • Specializing In Window & Door Installation & Replacement
  • • Commercial & Residential
  • • Free Estimates & Island Wide Service
(808) 372-4361
Website
View More Info
Kendall Landscape Services, LLC
  • • Emergency Tree Service
  • • Hazardous Tree Removal
  • • Palm Pruning/Spike-Less
(808) 220-3452
Website
View More Info

Things To Do in Hawaii, HI

Hans Hedemann Surf School Hans Hedemann Surf School

Whether you want to take a lesson or rent a surfboard, Hans Hedemann has you covered. Their award winning staff will guide you through the waves and teach you all the necessary skills. With the lessons located at Waikiki Beach and North Shore, you will surely enjoy the beautiful backdrop while learning to ride the waves.

 
See more Outdoors
U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii

The U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii was once a bastion built to protect Hawaii from foreign invaders. Today, it tells the military story of Hawaii from its Polynesian beginning to the Vietnam conflict. The story that unfolds at the Army Museum details the men and the machines that protected a nation.

See more Museums