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National Butterfly Center, Mission
(4.2/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • The National Butterfly Center is both beautiful and educational. With over 100 species of native plants, butterflies and Hummingbirds find this to be the perfect feeding and breeding habitat. Viewing ...  more »
  • My husband and I spent a couple of hours in the park the day before Thanksgiving. I was amazed at the amount of butterflies. Trying to take pictures of the tiniest ones was a fun experience. I would r...  more »
  • Though it was an overcast day and was advised there might not be as many butterflies I was overwhelmed with the number of butterflies I did see. 
  • Great place to work on your photography skills! I lots of butterfly activity. Great place for a short hike as well.
  • Very relaxing park, the trails have shade from the trees, lots of mosquitoes you might want to take some bug repellent, or you can buy some there too. Lots of butterflies can be observed eating, and flying, plus lots of wildlife like greenjays, armadillos or squirrels. Great way to spend the day with your family or nature loving friends, and don't forget to pet Spike, a terestial turtle
  • very nice for all ages ... trails can be walked too ... or take your vehicle ~ has an inside area to rest
  • Certain times of year not many butterflies. People where great
  • Really great! Saw tons of butterflies and a hummingbird!