There are few things as relaxing as spending time in nature, and the West Virginia Botanic Garden in Morgantown is a soothing landscape of local flora and fauna. The property includes more than four miles of trails, 85 acres, and countless plant species thriving in an ever-growing series of gardens. One of the highlights is the butterfly garden.
The West Virginia Botanic Garden and the Tibbs Run Preserve make for a magical, natural oasis and an informative day trip. Visit the butterfly garden, investigate new species of flowers, and learn about forest preservation all in one beautiful place.
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