Niagara Parks Butterfly ConservatoryCurrently Closed
- Address: Niagara Pkwy, Niagara Falls, ON L0S 1J0, Canada
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-9053568119
- Ticket Price: 12 CAD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Botanical Garden, Family And Kids, Nature
Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory - Review
Located amidst the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens, the gardens in itself are a treat to walk through. With over 25,000 species of plants and the famed floral clock 12 meters in diameter, the Botanical Gardens have no entrance fee. It’s on these premises that the gorgeous Butterfly Conservatory plays host to over 2,000 species of butterflies. Walk through tropical pathways, past ponds and the Emergence windows from where the butterflies prepare for their first flight out into the world. Wear bright colours when you visit to attract the butterflies.
How To reach Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory by Public Transport
- There are Greyhound buses that run between Niagara and the other major Ontario cities.
- VIA Rail services run from Toronto and Niagara twice a day.
- Niagara Parkway + Butterfly (Green line, bus No 300).
Restaurants Near Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory
- Queenston Heights Restaurant
- Frontier Grill House
- Frontier Restaurant (seafood recommended)
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Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory, Niagara Falls Reviews
This place was absolutely amazing. I've been to other butterfly conservatories before and every time left underwhelmed. Not so here. It's amazing just how many butterflies there are, both varieties and quantities. The on warning, be careful to watch where you walk, there are frequently butterflies on the pavement and you want to avoid stepping on them. They encourage you to put your finger down and get them to step onto it so you can move them somewhere safe which is really great. I would highly recommend stopping there to anyone in the area, it is well worth the time and money.
If you happen to love butterflies as much as I do, then this is a great stop to make it your in the Niagara Falls area. You walk in an can see a array of beautiful butterflies in every possible color you can imagine. Many will land on you creating a wonderful photo opportunity. They have a nice gift shop and ample parking area. Definitely recommend it, especially for a family outing.
Got this as part of the "adventure pass" and wasn't sure what to expect. However, it was great! The sheer number of butterflies and the variety is fantastic. The environment they're in allows you to really take them in. Plenty of picture opportunities. You can spend quite a bit of time there if you want. One plus is that there's also a botanical garden there and the area is huge. Is recommend to anyone!
We had a great time trying to find the various (400+) varieties of butterflies we could count. Once I reached 125, it got too confusing for me. I was amazed how a red tip did not identify one species but it depended on where the red marking was as to its variety. I use red as an example since this applied often.I could have stayed longer I enjoyed the spot. Outside the Conservatory there are gardens that you could stroll through or take a carriage ride. If you decide to walk, choose the path that suits your tastes as there are many choices available. The Butterfly Conservatory is a must stop when visiting Niagara Falls and you have a few days to explore.
This is probably one of the most awesome places I've been! The butterflies are so beautiful, and there are so many! There's also a conservation exhibit with a few animals, and while I was there, an employee came out with a skunk! We were allowed to pet her and learn more about skunks, which was really cool! Definitely a must-see if you're in the area!
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