I liked the butterfly garden but it was small compared to others I have frequented. I loved the plant life and multiple tropical birds flying around.
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I have visited "butterfly gardens" in Niagara Falls, Coombs BC and now this. Obviously I like butterflies! Rather, the point that I am making is that I believe that I have reference point(s) when passing judgements on "butterfly gardens". The entrance to this one was...More
Hello, Thank you for your review, we appreciate any and all feedback about our facility. We would love to hear more about how the facility did not live up to the brochure as it contains recent, unedited photos of our actual gardens and inhabitants. This...More
This place is often marketed as a package with Buchart gardens which is a favourite of tourists and is on the way. It is an absolute waste of money and time. The place is so small that even my backyard is bigger than this place!...More
Hello Mohan, Thank you very much for your review. We appreciate any and all feedback even when it is very critical. It is unfortunate that you did not enjoy your experience at Butterfly Gardens. As you can see, we have an outstanding record and reputation...More
The garden is an enclosed collection of butterflies and moths with some parrots. Many of the plants provide food for the Free Flying insects. It gets a little humid in the enclosure because of the jungle atmosphere.
My wife and I took our grand-daughter to Butterfly Garden and we thoroughly enjoy it. She is 1&1/2 year old and she took in everything.
This is a small little tropical rainforest located in the heart of brentwood bay. When we went in it was moist, hot, and beautiful! Butterflies all around with other fun tropical animals (frogs, flamingos, birds, etc..). Quite small but it was fun to go exploring...More
This is a very small attraction, but there is a lot to see in the garden - which is essentially one large climate-controlled building, with paths and indoor trees/animals.. Even though this is a for-profit enterprise, the staff were quite knowledgeable and concerned with animal...More
Well it is a short walk up to the little inlet stairs. Walk up those and a vista of garden grandure beyound your widest dreams. A fairyland of color and creative use of flowers that just can't be told in words. It is a must...More