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Dole Plantation

Plantation Rd
North Shore, Hawaii, 96786

Dole Plantation
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The tourist attraction known as the Dole Plantation was established in 1950 as a small fruit stand in the middle of Dole's original pineapple fields. In 1989, the fruit stand was transformed into a plantation home.
The "Pineapple Express" is a two mile (3 km) train ride through the plantation that is fully animated, while explaining the history of the pineapple.

The plantation garden tour gives information about North Shore, the Hibiscus, native species, the Lei, irrigation, Bromeliads, the Ti Leaf, and Life on the plantation.

Dole Plantation Categories

  • Botanical Gardens, Arboreta, Nature Centers

    The Dole Plantation features the world's largest maze, grown entirely out of Hawaiian plants. Originally built in 1998, it lost its place in the Guinness Book of World Records until it was expanded in July 2007.
  • History Museums and Living History Areas

    Constructed in 1989, the Dole Plantation home became a living museum and historical archive of the life and work of the James Dole, the industrialist who created the largest pineapple plantation in the world.

Other Dole Plantation Resources

Map of the Area Around
Dole Plantation


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