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Things to do in Papaikou

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Ranked #1 of 4 attractions in Papaikou
Category: Gardens; Nature and Parks
Owner description: The Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden is a 501(c)(3) Scientific and Educational non-profit, whose mission is to serve as a... more » Owner description: The Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden is a 501(c)(3) Scientific and Educational non-profit, whose mission is to serve as a nature preserve and sanctuary, a living seed bank, and a study center for trees and plants of the tropical world. The Garden is dedicated to the collection and display of the world's tropical plants,and to the education of both children and adults about the plight of the world's rainforests. At a time when rainforest plants are disappearing at an alarming rate, the Garden is working to preserve as many species as possible for the benefit of future generations. « less
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Ranked #2 of 4 attractions in Papaikou
Category: Farms; Landmarks
Owner description: Onomea Tea Company is a tea estate, growing and processing 100% organic, grown in Hawaii tea. We enjoy educating people about... more » Owner description: Onomea Tea Company is a tea estate, growing and processing 100% organic, grown in Hawaii tea. We enjoy educating people about tea by offering a tour/tasting of our teas by reservation only. Contact us by phone or email to make a reservation. See our web site for more information about this fun and educational event. Our farm is located near the Hawaii Botanical Gardens along the Onomea Scenic route on Hawaii Island but is not open for drop in traffic, please contact us for a reservation. Aloha! « less
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Ranked #3 of 4 attractions in Papaikou
Category: Sightseeing Tours
Ranked #4 of 4 attractions in Papaikou
Category: Museums
Owner description: The Hawaii Plantation Museum tells the story of the sugar industry on the Island of Hawaii,also known as the Big Island, from... more » Owner description: The Hawaii Plantation Museum tells the story of the sugar industry on the Island of Hawaii,also known as the Big Island, from 1820 until 1996. The museum highlights how the sugar industry brought many immigrants to work for the sugar industry and transformed business and gave rise to Hawaii's multi-cultural heritage. Visit us today, and learn about this remarkable history. Located in the historic plantation town of Papaikou on the Hamakua Coast few miles outside the town of Hilo. Just past the 6 mile marker on the Mamalahoa Highway turn left ...At the stop sign turn right the and park in front of the gray building with the plantation mural. « less
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