Niagara Parks – Butterfly Conservatory

A lush, tropical environment that’s absolutely magical

Watching 2,000 butterflies from over 45 different species flutter all around you in tropical warmth is truly a wonder to behold. The Butterfly Conservatory is a year-round indoor attraction that’s ideal for families, and little ones will be awestruck by the spectacle.

Following a short, informative video introduction, paths lead you through the rainforest setting past ponds and waterfalls to the Emergence window, where newly-hatched butterflies leave their pupae and prepare to take their first flight.

The Butterfly Conservatory is located on the grounds of the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens in Niagara Falls, 10 minutes north of the Falls. As with all Niagara Parks attractions, children 5 and under are free.

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2565 Niagara Pkwy, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON L0S 1J0, Canada

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IanL731

London, United Kingdom

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Beautiful setting and completely astounded and mesmerised by the volume of butterflies. Was surprised and pleased at just how respectful everyone was to the environment. There were a lot of people...

LakeONsailor

Toronto, Canada

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On a snowy December morning, this was a nice respite from the cold. Lots of species, and very accessible and easy to photograph. Only negative is the other guests, who while masked, don't understand...

lgpanther

Oshawa, Canada

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Went there during the winter. It is very warm inside, Felt great. There are many different species of butterflies. Beautiful varieties,

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