Butterfly Landing at Franklin Park Zoo
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At Butterfly Landing, guests have the opportunity to stroll through this tranquil environment filled with hundreds of butterflies.
This tented, outdoor exhibit also features several garden beds, a pond and soothing surround-sound music. Butterfly Landing is a seasonal exhibit and will be open mid-June through mid-September (weather permitting).
The Franklin Park Zoo, founded in 1911, is a 72-acre site nestled in Boston's historic Franklin Park.
The largest zoo in New England, this oasis of green features lions, wild African dogs, snow leopards, gorillas, hippos, zebras and a children's zoo. Plus hundreds of free-flying birds in Bird's World and the indoor Tropical Forest.
Butterfly Landing - Free w/ Zoo admission (Open June - Sept.)
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Just Okayit is good that this is included in the admission price. I could not imagine having to pay extra for this. most of the butterflies are up against the netting frame of the building and hard to get close to in order to see the detail. the only butterflies that I could see up close were mainly julias (bright orange) and monarchs. Many other butterflies will flutter by, just be patient. the cart with the unhatched baby butterflies is wonderful.
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