Dole Plantation
Pineapple ice cream at the Dole Pineapple Plantation in Wahiawa, Oahu
Pineapple ice cream at the Dole Pineapple Plantation in Wahiawa, Oahu

Dole Plantation Tours and Tickets

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What started out as a Wahiawa fruit stand in the middle of the pineapple fields in 1950 is now an extremely popular Hawaiian attraction. The sprawling Dole Plantation in central Oahu is a rural throwback to a time when the pineapple helped rule the island’s economy. Visitors can sample the sweet yellow fruit, take the famous Pineapple Express train tour and motor out through the fields, take a walk through a huge garden maze, learn how to find fresh pineapple when grocery shopping, and hear how pineapples are grown on plants—and not underground or on trees.

  • 64–1550 Kamehameha Highway, Wahiawa, Oahu, Hawaii, 96786

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Sara_S, Oct 2023
Trip around O'ahu
Ricardo was outstanding And the most patient man I have ever met Pearl Harbor was sobering Polynesian Cultural Center too much like a theme park Need more time to actually see and learn about the Dole Plantation
Lacey_H, Nov 2023
Good day trip
Covered a lot of area, do this your first or second day to get ideas for the rest of your trip. Jeremy our guide was great!!
Donna_C, Nov 2023
Love the Pearl Harbor an pineapple an Polynesian
It was all great love it I would recommend it to every one so beautiful The food was great the dances was amazing Pearl Harbor was so moving everyone should see it pineapple plantation was so good ice cream was so good
Cheryl_G, Nov 2023
Great experience.
Jake was a great narrator and we saw and learned a lot. Will was an amazing driver and very personable. Had a fun time only downside my macadamia nut coffee must of fell out on the bus.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are Dole Plantation hours of operation?
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Dole Plantation hours of operation: . Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
People Also Ask
Q:How long does it take to tour the Dole Plantation?
A:Many visitors spend about one hour at the Dole Plantation, just enough time to ride the train and try Dole Whip or other snacks. For a fuller experience, aim to spend up to four hours touring the plantation. That should leave you enough leeway to visit the maze and take the garden tour.
Q:What time should I get to Dole Plantation?
A:To avoid the crowds, aim to arrive at the Dole Plantation close to opening time at 9:30am. Another option: visit after lunchtime, when most tour groups typically arrive. Generally speaking, weekends tend to be busier than weekdays.
Q:What time is the last tour at Dole Plantation?
A:The last tour of the Dole Plantation starts at 5pm, 30 minutes before closing time. There are several different tours of varying lengths to choose from: the Plantation Garden Tour, the Pineapple Garden Maze, and the Pineapple Express Train.
Q:How much time should I spend at the Dole Plantation?
A:It depends. Two to four hours are generally enough to experience the Dole Plantation. However, some visitors stop for an hour. Keep in mind that the Plantation Garden Tour takes about one hour, the Pineapple Garden Maze takes around 40 minutes, and a ride on the Pineapple Express Train lasts 20 minutes.
Q:Does it cost money to go to Dole Plantation?
A:No, it doesn’t cost money to visit the Dole Plantation. The pineapple plantation and gift store are free to visit. However, the Plantation Garden Tour, the Pineapple Garden Maze, and the Pineapple Express Train require tickets available for purchase on-site.
Q:Does Dole Plantation have Wi-Fi?
A:The Dole Whip is a pineapple-flavored soft-serve frozen dessert and the Dole Plantation’s signature snack. Eating a Dole Whip is a must-do when visiting the pineapple plantation—it’s also the perfect way to cool down while exploring Oahu on a hot day.