Hawaii Plantation Museum

Hawaii Plantation MuseumLocated in the historic plantation town of Pāpa‘ikou on the Hāmākua coast; the Hawai‘i Plantation Museum tells the story of the establishment of the sugar industry on the Big Island. The museum highlights how the sugar industry transformed business and gave rise to Hawai‘i’s multi-cultural heritage. Visit us today, and learn about this remarkable history.

 

Contact Information:

27-246 Old Māmalahoa Highway. Pāpa‘ikou, HI 96781
Phone: 1-808-443-7679

Hawaii Plantation Museum - InsideMailing Address:

PO Box 562 Pāpa’ikou, HI 96781

http://plantationmuseum.org

Hours:

Tuesday thru Saturday 10am-3pm

Closed on Sunday and Monday, but will open for tour groups by appointment only

Hawaii Plantation Museum ExteriorAdmission Fee:

  • General- $8.00
  • Seniors (60 and up)- $6.00
  • Kama’aina (with ID)- $6.00
  • Military- $5.00
  • Youth (6-17)- $3.00
  • Children 5 and under- Free

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