The Olowalu Plantation House is one of Maui’s most popular wedding locations. From ancient times, Olowalu was considered a place of refuge, or pi'u honua, by Hawaiians and many often describe it as a magical place.

Adjacent to the plantation house was the Olowalu Sugar Company, founded in 1864 as an endeavor of Kamehameha V and later purchased by Pioneer Mill. The sugar mill was constructed in the 1870's to process the harvested sugar cane, along with the landing for sugar transportation, passenger transit, mail and freight. The mill was dismantled in 1933, however, the ruins are still visible from the house. The residence was built in 1922 for the manager and his family and was also considered the community gathering place. The sugar plantation consisted of 700 acres, worked mainly by immigrants, and was a working plantation with the last harvest in 1998.

When Pioneer Mill sold the property, the new owners were determined to maintain the historical sites and provide community access. As a result, the property is available for special events. The house offers a spacious lanai overlooking a large oceanfront lawn. This lends a beautiful backdrop for wedding ceremonies and receptions. The house has furnished rooms for the wedding party to dress. There is a spacious kitchen appointed with commercial grade amenities available to your licensed caterer. The estate can accommodate large wedding parties as well as corporate events and photo shoots.

As one of our former couples stated "You don't need a lot of decorations because the venue itself is just amazingly beautiful. ... Olowalu just leaves me speechless in all its beauty and aura."


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