Introduction to Waipio Acres, Hawaii
Waipio Acres contains a population of approximately 5,298.
Waipio Acres History
Waipio Acres is a census designated place. It is located in Honolulu County, which was organized on April 30, 1907. The county was discovered by King Kamehameha in 1804. It became the City and County of Honolulu in 1907. In 1959, the Honolulu County adopted a city charter. Presently, it is administered by a mayor - council type of government.
Waipio Acres and nearby Attractions
- Contemporary Museum
- Hawaii's Plantation Village
- Mission Houses Museum
- U S Army Museum of Hawaii
- Diamond Head State Monument
- He'eia State Park
Things To Do In Waipio Acres
While in the city one can visit the Bishop Museum, the U S Army Museum of Hawaii, and the Hawaii Maritime Center. The Honolulu Academy of Arts has a large collection of American and European paintings. Tourists can also visit the Hanauma Bay Nature Reserve, Kea'iwa Heiau State Recreation Area, and the Malaekahana State Recreation Area. The Faith Assembly of God Church can also be visited during your free hours.
Waipio Acres Transportation
One can avail of air transportation facility from the Honolulu International Airport.
Waipio Acres Higher Education
Leeward Community College, Brigham Young University-Hawaii Campus, and Honolulu Community College and University of Hawaii at Manoa are some of the colleges and universities from where the residents of the Waipio can seek higher education.