Hawaii Plantation Village
The Hawaii Plantation Village displays original structures and replica homes of multiethnic groups who arrived to Hawaii between the late 1800s and the 1940s to work as plantation laborers. Furnished homes and other community structures display and interpret the history of Hawaii's multi-ethnic heritage. Asian art and architecture, along with awesome antiques and relics, are among the main features of the village.
The friends of Waipahu Cultural Garden Park manage and operate Hawaii's Plantation Village, an outdoor historical museum, located at Waipahu Cultural Garden park. The museum is situated on a 50-acre site just below the Oahu Sugar Mill. Visit and experience the warm and welcoming atmosphere that was part of Hawaii in the early 1900s. Guided tours are conducted at the start of each hour beginning Monday through Saturday at 10:00 a.m. The last guided tour is at 2:00 pm.
Facts & Trivia
- Outdoor historical museum is located at Waipahu Cultural Garden
- Furnished homes display and interpret the history of Hawaii's multi-ethnic heritage
- Guided tours available Monday through Saturday