The Conservatory is a beautifully interactive spot to learn more about butterflies and their habitats! You walk into a magical garden with butterflies flying about everywhere, lots of tropical plants, a waterfall, and up-close feeding stations so you (and the kids) get a great view of the inhabitants. It was also cool to see butterflies in their chrysalis stage. We were pleasantly surprised on a hot August day to find the conservatory nice and cool with easily accessible pathways and benches on which to enjoy the sight. As with most attractions, the conservatory exits into the gift shop. There is a mediocre cafe on-site, if you're heading to the Conservatory I would recommend stopping at Souvenir City on the parkway to get something to eat, the food and selection at the cafe was limited and disappointing. Don't forget to take a camera! Pricey (two adults $30+) and parking is $5, but it's truly unique.
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