You will believe in butterfly magic at the Woodland Park Zoo
Butterflies are back! Don't miss Molbak's Butterfly Garden at Woodland Park Zoo when it reopens for the season Friday, May 27 through Labor Day.
Woodland Park Zoo is once again be fluttering with hundreds of butterflies in Molbak’s Butterfly Garden.
Molbak’s Butterfly Garden offers a magical experience where guests can experience the wondrous world of “flying flowers” while strolling inside an enclosed space teeming with colorful and aromatic blooming flowers. Here, guests can learn about the life cycle of these important pollinators while watching new butterflies emerge from chrysalises before flying freely in the garden.
Behind Molbak’s Butterfly Garden is the year-round Microsoft Pollinator Patio, a glorious garden complete with ideas and actions to take on behalf of native pollinators such as butterflies, hummingbirds, beetles, bees and flies. Join Woodland Park Zoo’s pollinator journey and the growing movement to protect and conserve habitat for pollinators across the Northwest: www.zoo.org/nw/pollinators.
Summer hours: 9:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m. daily
Accessibility: Information about accessibility and resources, one-to-one aides, sighted guides, mobility equipment rentals, and a sensory map and tools, can be found at www.zoo.org/access. For questions or to request disability accommodations for zoo programs or events, contact email@example.com.