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Thursday, June 25, 2020

The Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory has reopened its tropical paradise

(News Release)

The Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory has taking flight once again and has reopened (Tuesday, June 23rd.)

The Golden Birdwing butterfly at rest at the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory. (Barbara Fox photo)
 “We are thrilled to welcome the community back to our tropical paradise right here within The Region of Waterloo. We hope the tranquility and serenity of our lush gardens will help to serve as a welcome respite,” said Adrienne Brewster, Curator and Executive Director of the Conservatory.

New Health & Safety Commitments will guide the soft reopening, with timed tickets now available - these must be purchased in advance online at CambridgeButterfly.com.

“The health and safety of visitors and staff are top of mind and of the utmost importance, so we have made some changes to the way we move and interact throughout the facility.

With timed ticketing we will be able to provide a safe, enjoyable and exclusive experience,” said Brewster. In addition to requiring timed tickets, all staff and visitors will be required to wear a face mask while on-site, however face masks are not required within the tropical greenhouse.

A full list of the Health & Safety Commitments can be found on the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory website: www.cambridgebutterfly.com


The Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory is tranquil with waterfalls, streams, flora and fauna. (Jim Fox photo)
About Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory

Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory is a privately owned Canadian Corporation, situated on a 107-acre site which includes the environmentally sensitive Kossuth Bog.

The 25,000 square foot facility includes a 10,800 square foot indoor tropical garden featuring free-flying butterflies from all over the world, over 100 different varieties of tropical plants, waterfalls, tropical finches, red-eared slider turtles and more.

 Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory is governed by a Board of Directors committed to conservation, education, and research, and to provide visitors to the conservatory with a truly unique, affordable and educational family experience.

Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory
2500 Kossuth Rd., Cambridge, ON N3H 4R7

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