Amazing Butterflies at the San Antonio Botanical Garden

My nine-year-old niece had a blast at the opening weekend of the Amazing Butterflies exhibit at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. She enjoyed interactive maze activities such as the spider web climbing ropes and the zip line.  Along the maze she collected stamps and turned them in for a surprise at the gift shop. Volunteers were on hand to lead arts and craft activities with a butterfly theme.  Children were also given a butterfly-loving plant to take home.  The Austin Bike Zoo provided large colorful butterfly bicycles for rides. The maze exhibit will be installed until January 8, 2012.  In conjunction with the exhibit MySA.com is holding a butterfly photo contest.

Butterfly Maze

Austin Bike Zoo rides

Cocoon

Zip line

Arts and crafts activity

Butterfly pinata

Butterfly plants

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4 responses to “Amazing Butterflies at the San Antonio Botanical Garden

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