The conservatory is pleasant any time of the year, but especially in cool weather. The plants have grown up nicely over the years, and offers not just many butterflies, but some birded(I am amused by the small quail that generally stay in the underbrush, and are there to eat the dead butterflies).
There are places to sit as well as some displays in the outer parts of the conservatory. The facility also host events, ranging from small corporate meetings t weddings. The cafe, unlicensed, offers basic snack. And during March Break, the conservatory has programs on eating bugs - always a "favourite" with kids, and - really - educational.
This is not as large as the Niagara Butterfly Conservatory, but quite good and fascinating.
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