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Hawaii Plantation Village

94–695 Waipahu Street, Waipahu, Hawaii 96797 | (808) 677-0110
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Type: Seasonal Events, Museums & Monuments, and Nature & Gardens
Ages: All Ages
Cost: $$
Hours of operation: M-F 9am-3pm; Sa 10am-3pm

Tours are given at the top of every hour, Monday through Saturday, with the last tour leaving at 2:00 P.M.

1 Review for Hawaii Plantation Village

December 23 2010
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"Fun with the Family"

Continuing west on H–1 from Pearl Harbor, you’ll soon arrive in the small residential community of Waipahu. Don’t miss a visit to the Hawaii Plantation Village, a living museum dedicated to the many immigrants who arrived in Hawaii to labor in the sugar cane fields.
An illuminating guided tour takes visitors through a re-created historic plantationthat displays lifestyles during the early nineteenth century. It’s a wonderful multicutural experience that comprises eight villages, each one representing a different ethnic group. The Plantation Village is a cultural park featuring thirty original and replica buildings—a barber shop, a community furo (bath), homes of families from several countries—representing plantation life between 1900 and 1930.
If you visit in September, be sure to attend the annual Plantation Heritage Festival for a great slice of local multiethnic life. There are cultural performances, arts and crafts, a variety of unusual foods, rides, and games.

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