Butterfly Conservatory Admission
The best part of this place is that the butterflies are moving around so much that you get them in different places every day. It is fun to visit this place on different days because you have a different experience. You can use the Butterfly Conservatory waste half a day, or you could use the butterflies as a way to teach your kids about nature.
This is a great place to come for a low price, and it is in beautiful Niagara Falls where everyone enjoys how it looks. You must be certain that you have chosen to come on a day that you have enough time to enjoy it all, and then you can go out for a nice meal after.
There are docents in this place that give you the best information this place, and they tell you about all the butterflies that are in the area. You might walk by a flower or butterfly that you do not know, and the members of the staff help you enjoy your visit.
The Butterfly Conservatory is a lovely place to go when you are planning to head to the Niagara Falls area. It is fun for this reason to also bring the children.
Thousands of tropical jewel-colored butterflies dazzle the senses at the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory just 10 minutes north of Niagara Falls! The delicate beauties float freely among lush greenery and flowers in this peaceful conservatory. Stroll along the paths in the conservatory, learn about the butterfly life cycle and admire the variety of colors, patterns and sizes in the butterfly kingdom.
Wander through the peaceful and magical tropical rainforest where colorful butterflies flutter all around you on this self-guided tour of the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory. Located on the grounds of the incredible Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens just 10 minutes north of Niagara Falls, the Butterfly Conservatory has flowers in full bloom during every season.
A self-guided walking tour with an informative video introduction provides information about the sights around you in this delightful conservatory. See what is blossoming and experience the serene beauty of more than 2,000 butterflies from 45 different species that live in the conservatory. Be sure to bring your camera, as there are great photo ops throughout the area.
Explore the 200 yards (180 meters) of wheelchair-accessible pathway that winds through this lush tropical environment. Take time to stop at the 'emergence' window and watch as butterflies leave their pupae and prepare to take their first flight. This butterfly conservatory will enchant people of all ages!