the Waipahu Haunted Plantation is back this year and will be open for 7 nights and promises 2 new scare zones. Frankly, the number of scare zones I encountered last year was enough so hopefully I won’t have a heart attack this year. Scarier than the Haunted Lagoon and Blaisdell’s Shockhouse combined, the Haunted Plantation is definitely the creepiest haunted house in Hawaii.
Perhaps the creepiest thing about the Haunted Plantation is that I wouldn’t be surprised if it were actually haunted. Last year’s walk had us wandering on a pathway between a row of old plantation houses. That’s all I’m going to say.
The parking situation is pretty crazy, so I recommend carpooling with your friends, going early, or getting someone to drop you off and then pick you up after (which is what my kind girlfriend did for us).
Also, a word of advice: shell out the extra money for the fast pass. It’s just $5-6 (I can’t tell if the flyer or website is correct) more expensive and will get you out of waiting in line for hours. When I went last year, the regular line was looping around like crazy and the fast pass was a godsend.
They’ve also added some ghost stories that you can listen to if you really want to hear ghost stories while at the old Waipahu plantation. It sounds pretty awesome and spots are limited, so I recommend pre-ordering these from the Waipahu Plantation if you really want to go.
More info after the jump!
HAUNTED PLANTATION TICKET PRICES-
$8 GENERAL ADMISSION
Gates open 7pm- closes 11pm (due to heavy attendance gates might close early)
(Not for children under 13, children under 16 need adult supervision)
All tickets are non refundable!
HAUNTED HAWAII GHOST STORIES-
$10 GENERAL ADMISSION
2 tours a night 7pm & 8:30pm
only 30 spots available for each tour so presale is available at HAWAII’S PLANTATION VILLAGE
(Children under 16 need ADULT SUPERVISION)