AAA Editor Notes
Hawai‘i’s Plantation Village is at 94-695 Waipahu St.; from H-1 eastbound or westbound take exit 7, go s. on Paiwa St., then w. on Waipahu St. On a 50-acre site below the former O‘ahu Sugar Mill, this outdoor museum features 25 restored and replica early 20th-century buildings. Furnishings, artifacts, clothing and artwork reflect the multiethnic plantation workers—Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Native Hawaiian, Okinawan, Portuguese and Puerto Rican. A library and photographs document Hawaiian plantation history from 1830s to 1950s.
Guided tours are available.