Watch what to expect at Butterfly Wonderland!

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Follow Hannah, Olivia, and their family as they explore Butterfly Wonderland. Watch with your family to see what it will be like, talk about what to expect, and plan for any potential sensory challenges.


Plan with 'Insider Tips'

Prepare best by knowing when, where and how to go.

Sensory Scale uses 1 – 10 scoring, with 10 being maximum sensory input.

How loud
How much walking
How many people
How many hours to stay

Save with combo tickets for multiple attractions, like OdySea Aquarium or Laser Mirror Maze. Visit on the same day or any other day for up to a year!

Weekends are busiest. Weekdays are quieter and field trip groups are usually gone by lunchtime.

Butterflies are just the beginning. Check out the events calendar to learn about unique opportunities like painting classes, yoga and birthday parties!

Butterflies are attracted to bright colors. So look like a flower and see how many kisses you can get. Not in the mood for kisses? Wear black.

If you want to take a break outside or explore the courtyard you can. Just keep your Butterfly Wonderland ticket and you can use it for re-entry all day.

Wheelchairs and hearing assistive devices available at Guest Services. Just ask the front desk. Strollers are not permitted in the Conservatory but they have stroller parking while you explore.


Go with our Pal Guide

Use our step-by-step approach that breaks down your adventure into steps.

Assistive communication icons help you communicate what you need and how you feel.

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