This is a fairly little park. If you can go midweek or during the less busy times of year (ie. a wet day, cold day or baking hot day) then this is a good option for taking small children. There are a few rabbits the kids can feed. Small packs of vegetables are available for 1 or 2 dollars.
The main attraction is a large butterfly hot-house that people walk through, filled with tropical, or semitropical plants, and of course butterflies. There is an interesting indoor hall with insect, fish? and amphibian museum. I recall from memory they sometimes have one or two beetles or bugs out in open boxes so the kids can touch/interact/terrorise them. There is also a play area and a really great but cramped book cafe with good coffee and books. Outside the park is nestled in a small hilly valleys so there are a few trails which go up into the trees. Also there is an outdoor musical playground.
Entrance is FREE.
This means that it can easily get overcrowded. If it is not busy then this place is a solid 4/5 for people with kids. However, if it is busy then it's more like a 2/5 although... you can always find some quiet amongst the trees, which is nice.
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