|Senator Fong's Plantation and Gardens
Voted "Best Attraction" for 1999 by the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau
Senator Fong's Plantation and Gardens
An easy paced 1 mile (1.5 hour) Guided Walking Tour takes you through the Garden's lush valley and plateaus of tropical flower gardens, fruit and nut orchards, exotic palm varieties, and Hawaiian plants.
Fun for the whole family, personable guides give out fragrant flowers picked along the trail, kukui nuts found beneath the trees, or offer a taste of fruits or nuts right from the orchards, whatever is in season.
Within the Gardens there is a beautiful open air
Open 10am -2pm daily, Closed Christmas and New Years day
10:30 am & 1pm daily
Adult $14.50, Child $9
Giftshop, Snacks, Refreshments
Visitor Hall rental available
A little history
Hiram L. Fong was the first Asian American elected to the U.S. Senate. He started off as the seventh of eleven children born to parents who were both immigrants from
Lei Making Classes
The art of lei making is taught at Senator Fong's Plantation and Gardens to over 100,000 visitors a year. Experience the art of the Hawaiian lei. Fill your senses with sweet fragrances of tropical blossoms and the touch of cool, crisp native ferns. Sewing a lei by your own hand, brings a true involvement and appreciation in the aloha spirit and Hawaiian culture. The fragrant lei are made up of foliage found in our expansive garden, such as plumeria, bougainvillea, orchid, and Hawaiian fern.
Focus of our Gardens