Utah March 06, 2019
The Butterfly Garden In Utah That’s The Perfect Family Destination
No matter what the weather, you’ll want to take your family to see Butterfly Biosphere – an attraction at Thanksgiving Point. Check out this magical place!
Thanksgiving Point is always a great place to spend time with your family. From the dinosaurs at the Museum of Ancient Life to the blooms in Ashton Gardens, there's something for everyone. Recently, a brand new attraction opened up here, and you're going to want to pay it a visit.
The Conservatory at the Butterfly Biosphere is a 10,000-square-foot glasshouse structure that's full of tropical greenery, blooming flowers, and thousands of butterflies.
Take a stroll through the Conservatory, and you'll walk through a magical world that's unlike any other environment you'll find in the Beehive State.
More than 1,000 butterflies call this paradise home.
Keep your eye out for them everywhere. Dozens of different species from all over the world sport all kinds of vibrant hues.
Some butterflies are easier to spot than others; you'll notice that some of these insects have camouflage that keeps them safe from predators.
You can spot the butterflies pretty much any time of day, but they're especially active in the middle of the day, when you'll find them flying all over the Conservatory. In the evening, they tend to pose perfectly for photos when they roost for the night.
You'll have plenty of chances to interact closely with these beautiful, winged creatures...
...and you can see all their stunning details through magnifying glasses.
Leave plenty of time to play in the Costa Rica Climber - a 7,500-square-foot play space that's nature-themed.
To see all the creatures at Butterfly Biosphere, you'll need to choose a time slot for your visit and purchase tickets in advance.
for admission costs and online tickets.
Learn more about Butterfly Biosphere and get your tickets online on the Thanksgiving Point website, and check out some of the other attractions you won’t want to miss in our
feature article here.