Oahu Attraction | Senator Fong’s Plantation and Garden
Visit Senator Fong’s Plantation and Garden, an Oahu Attraction, and explore 700 beautiful acres.
This beautiful Oahu Attraction offers many of the same views that Hawaiians would have enjoyed hundreds of years ago.
About Senator Fong’s Plantation and Garden:
Leong Fong was the first Asian American to serve in the Senate, and he enjoyed a very long career. He retired in 1977 after more than 30 years of service. He served under 5 presidents. In 1950, he purchased some land for his kid’s horses. Over the years, his landholdings grew into the beautiful 700 acres that visitors enjoy today.
As you explore the grounds you may notice that the land is divided into 5 sections. Each section is named in honor of the Presidents who held office during the time that Fong served in the Senate. The Gardens features many of the same scenery that you’d have enjoyed on this spot hundreds of years ago. The land also serves as a bird sanctuary, and birdwatchers love coming here to spot a rare species.
Guided tours are available twice each day, at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. During the tour you will see a variety of tropical fruit trees, beautiful flowers, plants, and more. The guides are known for handing out flowers, nuts, or just-picked fruit during the tours.
This Oahu Attraction also hosts Events such as lei making classes. A full list of Events is available on the Plantation and Garden’s website. A visit to Senator Fong’s Plantation and Garden is a chance to enjoy unspoiled Hawaiian beauty. The land was first owned by Hawaiian King Lunalilo. While it has had many uses over the years, much of the land looks just as it did when King Lunalilo owned it.
Add a visit to this beautiful piece of Hawaiian history to your itinerary during your next visit to Oahu.
Sunday through Friday – 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Guided walking tours (available 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. daily)
Adults - $14.50
Child - $9