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Senator Fong's Plantation and Gardens, Kaneohe

(2.8/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We were driving around, trying to find a state park that I had happened upon years ago, and couldn't find it. I kept going though thinking that perhaps it would appear out of nowhere, but that didn't ...  more »
  • A very secluded tropical botanical garden away from the crowds. So reasonable and a wonderful scenic spot on Oahu.  more »
  • As of January 2016, the gardens are NOT generally open every day. You must call in advance to make a reservation, cost is $100 for a group of up to 10 people. Call in advance to make a reservation, 80...  more »
Google
  • Should have listened to the reviews but it was a try. Just wish it was open to gain a glimpse of Hiram Fong legacy.
  • I think the other reviewers had trouble finding this place or showed up on Saturday when they are closed. We showed up for the walking tour at 1 p.m., were the only ones and had Patsy, an excellent guide to ourselves. We've been coming to Kailua for over twenty years and somehow missed this gem. Check out their web site or call them on the phone.
  • Not open to the public since Jan 2016. Can take a tour, but must be scheduled in advance , and price starts at $100.
  • Can't believe this is still in the things to do book. The venue has been non-functional for years. There are too many other quality events on Oahu to consider this a destination.
  • Closed. Should be taken off the list of places to visit on Oahu. Doesn't deserve one star but I couldn't write a review unless I selects a star.