Waipahu, Hawaii
"Bursting Water"


The City of Waipahu, Hawaii is a former sugar mill town located along the northern shore of both the Middle Loch and West Loch of Pearl Harbor in the Ewa District of Oahu. Interstate H-1 and Farrington Highway run east/west along the length of Waipahu, Waikele is located across the freeway to the north and Pearl City and the H-2 interchange are located to the east. Hawaii's Plantation Village depicts the lives of plantation workers that lived in Waipahu real estate.US Census statistics from 2000 (the most recent statistics available) indicated that there were 33,108 people living in Waipahu.

Hawaii's Plantation Village is an outdoor museum that depicts the lives of plantation workers. This non-profit educational organization was established in 1976 by community members who wanted to highlight the life and times of the workers on the sugar plantations of Hawaii. Guided tours are available Monday through Saturday, 10am-2pm.