Movies in the Park is a series of free films brought to you by Austin Parks Foundation in partnership with Alamo Drafthouse. Each year, APF and the Drafthouse bring you free movies in parks all over Austin. Residents and visitors bring their blanket or lawn chairs (and often a picnic dinner!) for a fun and relaxing evening under the beautiful Austin night sky.
Dogs, picnics and lawn chairs are welcome. Alcoholic beverages, glass and styrofoam are not permitted in the park. We do provide recycling bins, but ask that you help us out by packing out all of your own trash. Smoking is also prohibited in the park, per city law.
Austin Parks Foundation is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you require special assistance for participation in our programs please call 512-477-1566 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Movies in the Park Events
Palm Park | 5:30 pm
Kick off your Halloween weekend with the haunting classic – Hocus Pocus – and support your parks! We’re hosting this Halloween Spelltacular featuring broom races, a costume contest food trucks and more! Check out full details and snatch up your tickets today!
Sponsored By: Alamo Drafthouse Rolling Roadshow, Carvana, Waller Creek Conservancy, Big Top Candy Shop
Palm Park | 7:15pm
Rain date: November 3
It’s an adventure 65 million years in the making! Join us and our friends at Waller Creek Conservancy as we screen the original (and arguably best) Jurassic Park! Bring a picnic to re-create the shaking jello scene, or just enjoy the majestic soundtrack from the comfort of your blanket.
About Jurassic Park
Run time: 2:07 | Rating: PG-13
Pease Park | 7:15pm
Rain date: December 1
Get your truffle shuffle ready for the nostalgia-inducing cult-classic The Goonies! Pease Park Conservancy hosts an epic pre-movie scavenger hunt care of Benchmark Bank, and helps us close out the Fall season with a little adventure.
About The Goonies
Run time: 1:54 | Rating: PG
Frequently Asked Questions
Consider using pedal power! Ride your own bicycle to the park or consider using Austin B-cycle when stations are within walking distance. Make sure your bicycle is equipped with lights as it is required by law and it will be dark on your ride home. To find the safest bike routes, please visit the City’s bike website or find a hike/bike trail.
If you prefer to use public transportation, please refer to the CapMetro website for bus and train routes, as well as costs.
Parking is often limited, especially when movies are held in our downtown parks. Consider carpooling, or try out one of the many ride sharing apps available here in Austin!
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