Way, way back in the mid 1800’s, many people from different origins migrated to Hawaii, seeking jobs and marriage. When the Chinese, Japanese, Filipinos, Portuguese, Koreans, and Puerto Ricans became a community together, a plantation was born where they would work together in the sugar business.
Disease, murder, and suicide filled the village with death. Because the community was so diverse, when the people died, they left behind various spirits that still haunt the plantation.
You can view the trailer for this year’s event below.
Haunted Plantation will be open every Friday and Saturday from October 12th until October 27th, plus it will also be open on October 21st, 28th, 30th, and 31st.
Haunted Plantation offers two different attractions: Haunted Plantation and Haunted Hawaii Ghost Stories. Pricing for the plantation starts at $15, but they also offer fast passes and VIP front of the line access for an additional fee. Ghost Stories is $12.
Haunted Plantation is not for children under the age of 13. Children under the age of 16 are required to have adult supervision at all times.
For more information about Haunted Plantation, visit the official website.