Butterfly Pavilion And Insect Center30 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 6252 W 104th Ave, Westminster, CO 80020, USA, United States
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3034695441
- Tags: Zoo, Family And Kids
Butterfly Pavilion and Insect Center is a rare and unique zoo of invertebrates. It is a good place to spend an informative day. There are many areas dedicated to each insect so that an informative tour is available for the visitors. They have aquariums too which will help you to explore the aquatic life. The tours are exciting making it a perfect place to go with your kids. The wonders of the zoo are worth watching. Also, Butterfly Pavilion and Insect Center has indoor rainforest which has colourful butterflies.
How to Reach Butterfly Pavilion And Insect Center
- Buses 104 to W 104th Ave & Westminster Blvd, Westminster, CO 80020, United States
Butterfly Pavilion And Insect Center Reviews & Ratings
A+. This is an excellent place for children to see many varieties of arthropods that they have on hand. That is not to mention all of the butterfly varieties. As a family we have enjoyed this place several times over the years. A great place for the whole family to visit. 5 stars!
Great place for children. However, you run out of things to do rather quickly. You can hold Rosie the tarantula, pet some seastars (I was informed they no longer like them being called starfish), and see some pretty cool live bugs. Of course the butterflies are beautiful! I think it's a little small of a space though. Its quiet, educational, and a good experience overall. I believe they should think about farming butterflies to sell the chrysalis' for educational purposes too. Just a business thought.
This place is so great. We allegedly visit here so the nephews can enjoy it, but I honestly love it too. The exhibits are amazing and of course I love Rosie the tarantula!!! The staff are friendly and knowledgeable if you have questions about the critters. Very easy to park at. Definitely a must-visit!!!!
What a wonderful experience, If I lived closer I would have a membership and visit on a weekly basis. Even with everyone in there, it was a great experience and a wonderful variety of butterflies to observe. It isn't a place that you would want to spend all day at, but a few hours in the morning was a great trip. One downfall is asking some of the volunteers questions, they didn't know a few things, such as why are the butterflies tagged? Since many are, this should be a question that they should be aware of the answer. I will be back!
The butterfly pavilion is a friendly place to learn about insects. The atmosphere was amiable if you can stand crowded places. One of my favorite things about this place is that the bees are free to come and go as they please the other is the dove in the pavilion with the butterflies (don't worry he only eats seeds). Overall just a wonderful place for quiet thought, you do have to look where you step though.