Cypress Gardens Of South Carolina Is Home To The State's Largest Butterfly House
One thing for sure is that you’ll never run out of fun things to do and places to go in the Palmetto State. Cypress Gardens in Moncks Corner, South Carolina, is a 170-acre preserve and gardens that first opened to the public in 1932. The venue features a breathtaking black water swamp filled with cypress and tupelo trees. But that’s not all visitors find to gawk at when visiting Cypress Gardens.
The attraction is also home to the largest butterfly breeding facility in the state.
At 2,500 square feet, the butterfly house is a must-see. With plenty of room to wander, it's the perfect spot to hang out with hundreds (maybe even thousands!) of beautiful butterflies.
It's teeming with bright colors — and lovely scents, perfect for breeding butterflies in a number of species.
The Monarchs are among the most well known.
In addition to the butterfly house, Cypress Gardens also features a Swamparium and a gift shop.
Plan to spend at least a few hours exploring the gorgeous vistas, the butterfly house, swamparium, and...
Take a boat tour. The preserve and gardens have both foot trails and water trails to explore.
Have you ever visited the butterfly house at Cypress Gardens?
Let us know in the comments! Learn more and purchase tickets in advance from the
official website for Cypress Gardens.
For more fun things to do while in Moncks Corner:
With A Monastery, Cypress Gardens And More, You Won’t Run Out Of Things To Do In Moncks Corner, South Carolina!
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Cypress Gardens, 3030 Cypress Gardens Rd, Moncks Corner, SC 29461, USA