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Next to the Houston Museum of Natural Science, the glass-enclosed butterfly habitat includes a simulated rainforest and thousands of colorful butterflies. A dramatic 50-foot waterfall and exotic plants transport visitors.
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This centre is within the natural museum , but need a separate entrance fee ( 8$ for senior ). The glass see through design is impressive with very high ceiling. Very humid and warm inside , you need to follow the path. , there was...More
Came here with my husband and one year old. There is some great displays with cockroaches and spiders etc from around the world before you enter the butterfly dome. The butterfly dome itself is amazing and my husband managed to get several butterflies to transfer...More
Your kids and grandkids will love this fascinating walk through the tropical forest full of amazing butterflies of all shapes, sizes and colors that fly around solo and then in swirls of several. Not sure which is more fun for the parents...watching the butterflies or...More
what a great place for adults and especially awesome for children. There is a museum for all. Children can play games and learn about bugs and insects. The best thing is the wall of emerging butterflies I think one hatches ever 5 sections. The outdoor...More
This is a wonderful place for any time but a 90+ degree day, as it is hot and more humid than Houston itself.
One thing you need to know is there is a VERY good insect information center there. If your afraid of spiders, be...More
This is a required stop with or without kids. The butterfly exhibit is one of the best butterfly environments I’ve ever seen. The tour on beetles and other insects will either thrill your kids or make you run away. Either way, it will be a...More
The butterflies become more active with the heat of the day, so they will be busier after noon but they are available for viewing all day long. And yes, wear bold and bright colors and stay in the sunny parts and maybe a... More
The butterflies become more active with the heat of the day, so they will be busier after noon but they are available for viewing all day long. And yes, wear bold and bright colors and stay in the sunny parts and maybe a butterfly will land on you.
September is a great time to visit as the school groups aren't traveling yet and it is still bright and sunny.