greenhouse area with tropical plants and trees with bridge walkway at butterfly rainforest at florida museum of natural history gainesville
tropical plants with bridge walkway and large yellow and black spotted butterfly on branch at butterfly rainforest at florida museum of natural history gainesville
two rare butterfly species with eye spots at butterfly rainforest florida museum of natural history gainesville
picturesque waterfalls with dense tropical foliage at butterfly rainforest at florida museum of natural history gainesville

Overview

The Butterfly Rainforest at University Of Florida’s Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville is a can’t miss living exhibit that features hundreds of free flying butterflies and birds from around the world. A lush tropical landscape is planted throughout the exhibits and walking paths go beside and over streams and waterfalls. See many varieties of unique and beautiful plants, fish, turtles, flowers, and butterflies. There are over 1,000 butterflies of over 50 species of butterflies and moths. The Butterfly Rainforest spans over 6,400 square feet of natural beauty exposed to natural Florida weather conditions.

Please contact Butterfly Rainforest at University Of Florida’s Florida Museum of Natural History directly for current hours and pricing. Check out our See & Do Page for other fun things to do in Florida and our Deals Page for offers and coupons for Florida attractions, restaurants, shops and more.

Phone:
(352) 846-2000