Butterflies in the Garden Reopens

Fort Worth Botanic Garden | Botanical Research Institute of Texas announced today the reopening of the popular Butterflies in the Garden exhibit, with discounted pricing available until Thursday Mar 10.

During the discounted period, guests will pay regular Garden admission to view the Butterflies exhibit while staff continue to release more butterflies in the Rainforest Conservatory.

Although there are numerous butterflies in the conservatory, the numbers were below historical levels due to unseasonably cold weather, shipping and logistical challenges and other causes that entomology experts are working to better understand.

For more information, visit fwbg.org/butterflies

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