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Free 9:30 Shuttle into McBryde Garden - Koloa Plantation Days, Kauai, Hawaii
 
 
Free 9:30 Shuttle into McBryde Garden Hosted by National Tropical Botanical Gardens

Take our 9:30 shuttle into McBryde Garden. Bring your family, a picnic, or just yourself and enjoy the serene and tranquil breezes and plants amongst McBryde Garden. A Safe Haven for Imperiled Plants.

Located on the South Shore of the Hawaiian island of Kaua'i, McBryde Garden is nestled in the picturesque and historic Lawa'i Valley. The garden is a veritable botanical ark of tropical flora and home to the largest ex situ collection of native Hawaiian flora in existence. Our extensive collections of palms, flowering trees, rubiaceae, heliconias, orchids, and many others have been wild-collected by botanists and biologists from throughout tropical regions around the world and transported to McBryde Garden to research, cultivate and thrive.

This is not a guided tour, but a self-guided experience. Shuttles leave the garden every hour on the hour to return guests back to our Visitor Center. The Koloa Plantation Day Free Access is only available on the 9:30 shuttle into the garden. Space is limited. Reservations are required. Please call 808-742-2623 for more information.




 

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Activity details at a glance

Date: Sunday, July 19th, 2020
Time: 9:30 am

Admission: free

Contact: 808-742-2623

Location:
National Tropical Botanical Garden
Southshore Visitors Center
4425 Lāwai Road
Poipū

Driving Directions:
  1. Take Poipū Road to traffic circle (Fire Station on right)
  2. Follow traffic circle approximately 3/4-way around and turn right onto Lāwai Road
  3. Drive 1.7 miles to Southshore Visitors Center (located on right)
  4. Turn right into driveway (look for sign that says National Tropical Botanical Garden)

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