Introduction to Aiea, Hawaii
Aiea, Hawaii, in Honolulu county, is 6 miles NW of Honolulu, Hawaii. The town shares the Honolulu metropolitan area with other cities and towns.
Aiea was the name of a Hawaiian land division initially. The Honolulu Plantation Company established a sugar cane plantation in this area in the late 19th century. Post World War II, the developers began extending the town. Gradually, the town of Aiea became an important suburb in Honolulu.
Aiea and nearby Attractions
- Aiea Shopping Center
- Napuanani Park
- Arizona Memorial Museum Association
- Ice Palace
- Honolulu Academy of Arts and the Bishop Museum
Things To Do In Aiea
When visiting the town of Aiea, one can shop at the Aiea Shopping Center. Tourists also flock to the Arizona Memorial Museum and the Honolulu Academy of Arts and the Bishop Museum for their historical worth. One can also be at the Ice Palace and experience the thrill of the park. The Napuanani Park is also worth visiting. Other places to chill out include the Neal Blaisdell Center Concert Hall, Hawaii Theatre, and the Waikiki Shell. The Honolulu Zoo is also a popular site that can be accessed from Aiea.
The closest airport to the town of Aiea is the Honolulu International airport.
Aiea Higher Education
The higher education institutes in Aiea town are the Hollywood Beauty College and the Fahrni School of Real Estate. Other institutes that can be attended from Aiea town include the Leeward Community College, Kapioloni Community College, and the Honolulu Community College.