We went to Butterfly World years ago. My first son (Thing 1) and I spent a lot of time there. It’s such a peaceful, pretty place to explore.
We went there about once a week for a while and would take our lunch and meet other mommies there too. It’s worth it to get an annual pass if you want to go more than once a year. There’s also a park right next to it that’s fun for the kids after they are done at Butterfly World.
We purchased the native pupae at Butterfly World in the gift shop. We waited for the transformation at home.
I wanted to take my second son (Thing 2) so he could see what we saw years ago. He’s learning about butterflies in school now, so it was exciting for him to see it all in front of him and not just in books.
Butterfly World is the world’s largest butterfly park, located in Coconut Creek, Florida. It’s been around for 30 years already!
It’s so awesome to see everything through the eyes of a four-year-old.
We checked out the birds. You can walk along the pretty bridge to get to them. Be very careful going in and follow directions upon exiting!
The birds are so unusual. We were greeted by parrots but inside there are so many different species of birds.
My son is all boy and you know what that means! BUGS! Check out this tarantula! We will see more of these when we move to Arizona. Cant’ wait, hehe.
The plants are beautiful and necessary for the survival of the butterflies.
But we can’t forget why we came.
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Tradewinds Park (South Side of Sample Road)
3600 W. Sample Road
Coconut Creek, Florida 33073 USA
Info Line: 954-977-4400