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The North Somerset Butterfly House, Congresbury

(4.5/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
A tropical paradise in the heart of the Westcountry.

Open10:30am-4:30pm(last entry 4pm), Tue-Sun

term time, open bank hols& 7 days in school holidays.

2015 Prices:

Adult:£5:45

Child:£4:45 (Children can only visit accompanied by a paying adult) Free entry for children aged 2 years and under

Concessions:£4:45

Family:£15:00 (2 adults plus 2 children or 1 adult plus 3 children)

Group rates for groups of 10 or more:

Adults:£4:95 Child/Concession:£4:05

The Butterfly House offers Bug Shows as a part of any school visit (and on selected weekends... see Facebook for updates).
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TripAdvisor
  • Sited in a set of outlets next door to a very large garden centre between Yatton and Congresbury, this is a lovely place for young and old. Well informed staff guide you in and out. You can spend as l...  more »
  • The first thing to note was the enthusiasm of the owner for the whole setup before we went in, lots of advice. Once into the butterfly forest the high humidity was striking but then you realise you ar...  more »
  • After my daughter spontaneously announced she wanted to visit a butterfly house one Sunday morning we googled the nearest to us and came across North Somerset butterfly house and what a pleasant surpr...  more »
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  • Came across this place looking for somewhere to take the kids on a rainy day. Took my camera and we all loved it. So many butterflies. Got some nice photography done. Well worth a visit
  • A hidden gem which didn't get the attention it deserves. Come right in the middle of summer and you will be surprised at how many butterflies you will have dancing around you as you walk around. It can be a rather memorising experience for someone who has not been to a butterfly house before. I have however been visiting every year since living in Bristol and have yet to see any improvements, which is a shame as I would love to see it grow and get more wildlife in that place.
  • Very nice but very small. Fair admission fees.
  • Well worth a visit. Not expensive and a great way to see different butterfly species.
  • Lovely little place