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    Not worth $8 a person. Haven’t been back in 30+ years. Enjoyed taking my kids there but it is not worth $8.00 a person. They didn’t have a child rate. So it was $48 to take my family. It was not worth that much. Around $4 a ticket is more acceptable.

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    The place is tiny and catered for small children, but it’s a great place to visit if you haven’t or, like me, had not been in a long time. The Butterfly Pavilion alone is worth the $6 admission price. Definitely a great place to visit. Afterwards you can go and enjoy the rest of your day at Freedom Park.

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    I love the fact that even my five month old son had such a great time here, he fell asleep within a couple of hours!! The animals are visible and clearly identified. Do your research if your trying to catch the Butterfly Pavilion full of butterflies though! Different Butterflies come out of their cocoons at different times of the year so you may see no butterflies or just one or two types. The parking lot is shaded during most of the day and the nature trail is beautiful. Being on the edge of Freedom Park makes it easy to plan a day at the park and the Nature Museum. They don’t allow food or drink in the building and offer nothing for snacks or refreshments, but I suppose they don’t want the turtles eating oreos. ^_^

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    A really great place for kids up to age 8

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    My son and I love going here to see the turtles and walk through the Paw-paw forest. When we have a free morning, this is our go-to place.