Movie Nights in McBryde Garden begin May 27

//Movie Nights in McBryde Garden begin May 27

Movie Nights in McBryde Garden begin May 27

Lights! Camera! Plants!
Movie Nights return to McBryde Garden returns to NTBG May 27

Start your summer off right with Movie Night in McBryde Garden as the National Tropical Botanical Garden (NTBG) kicks off another summer of Hollywood family fun in our four-part series of family films shown outdoors at NTBG’s South Shore Visitors Center in in Po‘ipū, across from Spouting Horn (4425 Lawa‘i Road, Koloa).

This summer’s Saturday night outdoor movies include family-friendly animation and Hollywood classics that are popular with kids and adults. The film series kicks off on May 27 with the Pixar classic A Bug’s Life and continues on June 24 with the Steven Spielberg’s iconic film E.T. about a loveable extra-terrestrial creature, followed by the Disney’s smash hit animation Moana (July 15), and finally the original Jurassic Park (August 19).

Both A Bug’s Life (5/27) and E.T. (6/24) will be shown at the South Shore Visitors Center in Po‘ipū with Moana (7/15) and Jurassic Park (8/19) being shown in McBryde Garden.

Enjoy family-friendly activities with KCC Cognition Learning Center before the movie and purchase food from Kaua‘i’s favorite food trucks and restaurants including Living Foods Gourmet Market, Pacos Tacos and more!

Advance-purchase admission is $10 for adults, $5 for kids and free for NTBG members. Season passes are also available!

Prices go up at the door, purchase tickets online at ntbg.org/movienight to save!

About National Tropical Botanical Garden

The National Tropical Botanical Garden is a congressionally-chartered non-profit organization with a focus on plant conservation. NTBG’s mission is to enrich life through discovery, scientific research, conservation and education to perpetuate the survival of plants, ecosystems and cultural knowledge in tropical regions.

Photo: National Tropical Botanical Garden

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