Butterfly Haus at Wildseed Farms
Thrill to the miracle of live butterflies native to Texas at the newest
Butterfly exhibit in the state! Walk amongst butterflies feeding and flying in
the 3,000 square foot exhibit. seven miles east of Fredericksburg Texas. Phone
House of Butterflies
House of Butteries is a free-flight butterfly exhibit where hundreds of
butterflies and the occasional cercropis moth are housed during the Scarborough
Faire season. 2511 Fm 66
Pyramid® – The 10-story glass pyramid is now open after a major enhancement
project that enables you to see the Rainforests of the World in a whole new way.
In addition to a new entry overlooking a new giant Amazon River otter exhibit, a
tree-top path leads you through the canopy level of the pyramid where you can
explore the exhibit from a new vantage point to see the monkeys, sloths and the
other free-roaming tree dwellers closer than ever before. The canopy walkway
also features a butterfly exhibit that immerses you among several beautiful
species of butterflies.
One Hope Boulevard, Galveston,
Texas 77554. Phone: 1-800-582-4673
NABA International Butterfly Park
Located in South Texas, the North American
Butterfly Association (NABA) International Butterfly Park is a 100-acre
sanctuary and refuge for migrating butterflies. The park's focus is
research, education and conservation. Guided tours are held every Sunday.
The facility is open Tuesday through Sunday. NABA International Butterfly
Park Mission Park Drive, Mission, TX 78573 956-583-9009
River Bend Nature
Ruby N. Priddy Butterfly Conservatory
Initially conceived and built as a home for native butterflies, the Ruby N.
Priddy Conservatory has grown far beyond a butterfly house since it opened to
the public in the spring of 2007. Visitors will find a fascinating cross-section
of the plants, insects, and other animals that make their living on five
ecoregions of Texas and Southern Oklahoma. 2200 3rd Street, Wichita Falls,
TX 76301; Phone 940-767-0843 I
San Antonio Zoo 'Caterpillar Flight School'
Visitors experience a spectacular butterfly garden where they are immersed in a
lush butterfly habitat surrounded by hundreds of butterflies moving freely
throughout the exhibit. Fifteen to 20 species of butterflies delight guests
through intimate interaction. 3903 N. St. Mary’s Street, San Antonio, TX 78212.
Cockerell Butterfly Center
Cockerell Butterfly Center at the Houston Museum of Natural Science is a
stunning, living exhibit that showcases hundreds of live butterflies in a
naturalistic rainforest setting. Housed in a three-story glass structured rain
forest that is home to exotic live butterflies, insects and plants. One Herman
Circle Drive, Houston, TX. Phone 713-639-4678.
seasonal butterfly house open year round. Also a lovely butterfly garden. 3601
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Dallas, Texas 75210. Phone 214-428-7476.
Zilker Butterfly Trail and Garden
butterfly open-air hatchery garden has been filled with local flowers and plants
that attract numerous butterflies, providing visitors with a view of many of
Austin's attractive species as well as migrating varieties. Guided tours feature
the interaction between insects and plants in an ecosystem. 2220 Barton Springs
Rd, Austin, TX 78746. Phone 512-477-8672.