The Hawaii Plantation Museum opened on February 23, 2013 and is operated and maintained by Wayne Subica and his staff of volunteers. Wayne's collection of sugar plantation artifacts, exhibits, photos, and documents give visitors an opportunity to learn about the sugar plantation industry, culture, and values. The museum also gives old timers a chance to reminisce, recollect, and reflect about plantation days. Everyone will leave with a greater understanding of the sugar industry's rich historical and cultural significance to the state of Hawaii.
Please contact the museum at (808) 964-5151 to schedule a visit by your group.
Call as early as possible so that the Education Coordinator can confirm the availability of your requested date.