July 22, 2016 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm


National Tropical Botanical Garden will host Movie Night in McBryde Garden featuring Jurassic World on Friday, July 22, 2016! Don’t miss the chance to watch the newest, edge-of-your-seat phenomenon and one of the original filming locations!

Movie Night in McBryde Garden is a ticketed event. Buy tickets online to save! Prices increase at the door !

  • Adults $10 in advance
  • Children $5 in advance (6-12 years old)
  • Children 5 and under are free
  • NTBG members are free.

Free parking for the event will be available at the NTBG South Shore Visitor Center located at 4425 Lawai Road in Po`ipu. Attendees will be shuttled into the garden from the Visitors Center for the movie. First shuttles will depart from the South Shore Visitors Center at 5:00 p.m., last shuttle before the movie begins departs at 7:00 p.m. Before the movie begins, tour Allerton Garden to see the Jurassic Trees and enjoy kid-friendly activities.

Food, beverages and merchandise will be available for purchase. Attendees are encouraged to bring low beach chairs or blankets for seating. This is a family-friendly event, no alcohol please. Small, soft-sided coolers permitted.


For more than 50 years, National Tropical Botanical Garden has been committed to enriching life through discovery, scientific research, conservation, and education by perpetuating the survival of plants, ecosystems, and cultural knowledge of tropical regions.

We are passionate plant champions and stewards of an unparalleled living collection of more than 100,000 accessioned tropical plants, nearly 30% of which are federally listed as endangered, threatened, or species of concern. Through our network of five botanical gardens, preserves and research centers located throughout Hawai‛i and Florida, we serve to prevent plant extinction and ignite global change. NTBG is a nonprofit organization and depends upon garden admission,membership sales and generous donations to support our efforts.


Encompassing more than 200 acres and 20,000 living plants, McBryde Garden is the flagship garden of NTBG and home to the largest collection of native Hawaiian plants in the world. A safe haven for endangered and extinct-in-the-wild species such as the endemic Hawaiian species Brighamia insignis, McBryde Garden also hosts NTBG’s horticulture facilities, nursery, fern laboratory, seed bank and LEED Gold-certified botanical research center.