The hour-long tour of this restored 50-acre village offers a glimpse back in time to when sugar planters shaped the land, economy, and culture of Hawaii. From 1852, when the first contract laborers arrived here from China, to 1947, when the plantation era ended, more than 400,000 men, women, and children from China, Japan, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Korea, and the Philippines came to work the sugarcane fields. The “talk story” tour brings the old village alive with 30 faithfully restored camp houses, Chinese and Japanese temples, the Plantation Store, and even a sumo-wrestling ring.
Hawaii's Plantation Village
94-695 Waipahu St, Waipahu, HI, USA
Our Rating Neighborhood Just Beyond Pearl Harbor Hours Mon–Sat 10am–2pm Transportation Bus: 40 or 42 Phone 808/677-0110 Prices Admission with guided tour $15 adults, $12 seniors, $8 military personnel, $6 children 4–11 Web site Hawaii's Plantation Village
Map94-695 Waipahu St Waipahu HI USA Oahu
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