Spring Butterfly Exhibit at the Desert Botanical Garden

If you haven’t yet visited the Desert Botanical Garden‘s spring butterfly exhibit, there’s still time! A great activity for friends, couples and families with young children, a visit to this exhibit, which runs through May 8, is a beautiful experience you’ll remember for years to come.

Guests of the garden are invited to visit the Maxine and Jonathan Marshall Butterfly Pavilion, open daily for observation from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Shutterbugs, especially, will thrill at the opportunity to take a stroll through the pavilion and find themselves surrounded by hundreds of brilliantly colored fluttering butterflies. Children will love seeing these beauties up close as they sip nectar from plants and land on flowers or even a garden guest!

Additionally, the exhibit includes an activity tent where you can further study the butterflies up close, and the Garden Shop offers the opportunity to even take some memories home with you.

The spring butterfly exhibit is presented by Wells Fargo with additional support provided by The Fred Maytag Family Foundation. Entrance for members is free; entrance for the general public is $3.50 with paid garden admission (children under the age of 3 enter for free with paid garden admission).

The Desert Botanical Garden is located at1201 N. Galvin Parkway in Phoenix 480.941.1225

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