Incheon Nabi Park

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Yashvi P
Singapore, Singapore29 contributions
Butterflies only from May to October!
Apr 2016 • Family
I did not do my research and did not realize that the butterfly enclosures will only be open May to October as it's still too cold for them to be active. First time visitors please take note.

There is very limited parking and I imagine the summer crowds will make it impossibly frustrating to find a spot.

The park itself is very nicely landscaped with well laid out pathways. Small enough for tots to wander around and exclaim over the large replicas of bugs that are all around. The music playground is awesome. The musuem while small is interesting enough. As usual, there are no English explanations or signage but that's expected.
Written April 20, 2016
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SarahB0Barah
Stevenson, MD154 contributions
Cute little park to stop by for a bit
Jun 2014 • Friends
This is a nice little park for a visit if you're in the area. They have some animals to look at and a small museum with butterfly and other insect-related exhibits. There are plenty of areas to have a seat and relax and there are plenty of places to eat just a short walk away. If you're looking for a place to take a timeout from the city, this park is a good option.
Written March 22, 2015
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gerry b
Incheon, South Korea1 contribution
Nabi Means Butterfly!!!
Mar 2013 • Family
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.
Written July 1, 2013
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