The white frontier chateau, worked in 1848, was a late spring home for King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma. The exhibition hall contains koa furniture and stitchs and in addition Emma's wedding dress. The house comprises of six rooms, with the one over the back included 1865 to suit the Duke of Edinburgh amid his visit. The room's feature is a Gothic bended glass bureau given by Queen Victoria for the wedding of the illustrious couple. It was made in Germany from Koa logs dispatched from Hawaii. The front parlor room has a round eating table in an early mission style and is one of the main pieces staying from John Young II, a preacher who assembled the house and left it to Queen Emma. The 1865 child excellent piano was gotten on the imperial family's fabulous voyage through Europe. The rosewood shelves show images of eminence, for example, a lady's plume cape and a main's head protector made of roots.