We stopped in quick to check the place out, it was a great little escape into the tropics to find all sorts of treasures. Something that you could come back time and time again and always find something new.
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About Victoria Butterfly Gardens
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This is a great spot for both kids and adults, especially in the winter when you'd like to warm up for a bit. The addition of the Insectarium is great. We always have fun looking for all the other critters in the butterfly garden (iguana,...More
We've have visited a number of butterfly gardens and many of them have been a little sad with dead butterflies everywhere - the Victoria butterfly gardens are definitely a lot better looked after than any we've been to. The garden isn't huge, but there are...More
We went to Butterfly Gardens with my grandsons on a wet and windy day. What a difference in temperature when you walk through the first doors. All lenses, camera and glasses fog up but they offer a blower to dry up the lense. We spent...More
This place is such a great place for the whole family and so educational as well as beautiful and peaceful. Really a nice family event to teach the kids as well as romantic to have a quiet date.
The Butterfly Gardens are lovely. (Just remember it is very warm in there!) Not only are the butterflies beautiful, but the birds, animals, insects and plants are also well worth seeing. We took our time and just looked at everything, with the help of the...More
Picture being in a tropical sauna. Hot humid air. Tropical birds in the background, sometimes landing right on people. Butterflies fluttering everywhere, through the trees and vines. A huge coy pond full of turtles and live flamingos. And if you are lucky you will spot...More
This was one of two highlights of a mini-bus tour we took in July from the Fairmont Empress Hotel in Victoria, Vancouver Island. It is a very well constructed educational facility as well as having an amazing collection of butterflies and ants, pupae, flamingoes, toads...More
Near the Butchart Gardens, this little garden is worth an hour or so of your time. There are a variety of butterflies in this warm indoor garden as well as a few birds (parrots, pink flamigoes and others), turtles, iguana and tree frogs. Walking through...More
I've been to a few other butterfly exhibits and this one was similar to ones I've seen before. They have a nice variety of butterflies and there are plenty of them. What they have done that others have not is they have a few other...More