National Tropical Botanical Garden

Visit Our Tropical Gardens

NTBG has five gardens in four locations. A tour of any of these stunning gardens is an experience that will long be remembered. Each of our gardens have a unique combination of plant collections, climate and topography, natural and man-made features, and cultural history. All are beautiful and fascinating in their own right.
Our gardens have been ranked “the best” by a number of well-respected travel publications. Come see why!
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Five Gardens – Four Locations

Kauai South Shore

McBryde Garden & Allerton Garden

Kaua‘i – South Shore

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Allerton Garden and McBryde Garden are adjacent gardens tucked into the Lawa’i Valley on the South Shore of Kaua’i.

Wildly different and breathtakingly beautiful, each garden offers tours for every age and interest. Connect with nature in McBryde Garden and be inspired by the beauty and rich history of Allerton Garden.

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Limahuli Garden

Limahuli Garden

Kaua‘i – North Shore

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Set in a lush tropical valley surrounded by towering peaks sculpted by eons of wind and rain, Limahuli Garden offers visions of incomparable natural beauty and intriguing antiquity. Step into a place where ancient knowledge blends with contemporary practices.

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Kahanu Garden

Kahanu Garden

Maui – East Shore

On the rugged Hāna coast, Kahanu Garden lies in the storied region of a Hawaiian king, whose awe-inspiring legacy still graces the land. Meet the people of the Pacific Islands through the plants so deeply rooted in their culture.

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The Kampong

The Kampong

Coconut Grove, Florida

Located on Biscayne Bay, The Kampong is a hidden oasis tucked away in metropolitan Miami. Immerse yourself in the fascinating story of the legendary plant explorer who brought together this fascinating array of tropical fruit cultivars and flowering trees.

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