The best open air cin­e­mas

The five best out­door cin­e­mas in Auck­land to check out.

Central Leader - - HEALTH & BEAUTY -

There has been some­thing rather re­fresh­ing this sum­mer with the boom in out­door cin­e­mas. But as the sea­son of­fi­cially draws to a close this week, so too do the open air cin­e­mas dot­ted across the city. Check these cin­e­mas out be­fore they check out.

Ben & Jerry’s Open Air Cinema - Western Springs

Stretch out on a blan­ket or hire a bean lounger and catch some of the lat­est flicks on of­fer. Chill out be­fore the movie starts with food and drink from the li­censed bar, and of course, all the ice­cream you can eat!

Smales Farm - Taka­puna

The re­vi­talised Smales Farm­cen­tre is end­ing their Out­door Cinema sum­mer ses­sion on a high note this week­end - with Ju­manji. A games area with gi­ant wooden games and a jun­gle themed bouncy cas­tle will keep the kids en­ter­tained be­fore the movie starts.

Movies in Parks - Through­out Auck­land

Pack a pic­nic and head down to your lo­cal park, be­cause there’s bound to be one nearby. Par­ents can re­visit their wn child­hoods with Grease and Mary Pop­pins, and the wee ones can get the likes of Moana and Zootopia.

Silo Cin­e­mas - Down­town

Silo Park knows how to put on a good show. Breathe in the salt air and snug­gle up to watch clas­sics like Ground­hog Day, Thelma and Louise and Amy un­til the end of March, for free.

Movies Un­der The Stars - How­ick

East Auck­land - this one is for you. The Uxbridge Arts and Cul­ture Cen­tre in Mel­lons Bay is show­ing clas­sic films un­der the stars, with Night at the Mu­seum on March 12. BYO bean bag and blan­ket and snug­gle in.

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