A visit to Blenheim Palace’s stunning Butterfly House should be on anyone’s to-do list before the end of autumn.
The ever-popular attraction underwent a huge transformation at the beginning of the year; alongside new technology to help monitor temperature, humidity and butterfly hatch rates, the Butterfly House has recently welcomed 38 new species of tropical butterflies. With new residents such as ‘Red Lacewing’, ‘Emerald Peacock’ and the stunning ‘Blue Wave’, the Butterfly House is filled with a myriad of bright and beautiful creatures.
The Butterfly House will close its doors for the 2023 season at the end of the October half term, and will open again in spring 2024.
Surrounded by the Potager Garden and next to the Walled Garden and Adventure Play, it’s a must-see on a visit to ‘Britain’s Greatest Palace’.
To book tickets for Blenheim Palace and Gardens, including The Butterfly House, visit https://shorturl.at/afwB
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