Steeped in History, The Waialua Sugar
Sugar was king...The Mill was the lifeblood of the entire
Waialua Community. Families grew up around the Sugar Mill. Plantation life
was the norm. There was a plantation store and plantation housing.
There are people to this day living in plantation housing.
Many of the Sugar Mills around Oahu were
demolished to make room for housing or industrial growth.
The Waialua Sugar Mill has been preserved
as it once was. Shops and businesses have taken over some of the spaces
once occupied by the Sugar Mill.
Tour the Historic Waialua Sugar Mill
The Mill was the lifeblood of Waialua. It stopped sugar production in
A number of businesses have breathed new life into The Mill.
The Mill has risen from the ashes...
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