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Attention! On Saturday, June 29, Butterfly Pavilion hours will change to 12 p.m. - 8 p.m. for the Pollinator Palooza Festival! Get your tickets today!

Directions to Butterfly Pavilion

Butterfly Pavilion is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., year round. We are conveniently located just 15 minutes from downtown Denver off Hwy 36 at 104th Avenue. *Please note: There’s construction out on 104th, so if you’re heading west (toward Hwy 36) you can’t make a left to get to Butterfly Pavilion.

Hwy 36 is a great way to get to Butterfly Pavilion. It’s easy, convenient, and accessible. Just travel west on Hwy 36 and exit north on 104th Avenue. We are located on the corner of 104th Avenue and Westminster Blvd. Our parking lot entrance is located off Westminster Blvd.

If traveling from the south, take I-25 north to Hwy 36 west, exit 104th Avenue north, and take a right at Westminster Blvd.

If traveling from the north, take I-25 south to 104th Avenue exit west, and take a left at Westminster Blvd.

If traveling from the west, take Hwy 36 east and exit 104th Avenue north (left) to Westminster Blvd, then turn right.

If traveling from the east, you can take 104th or Hwy 36 west.

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Book a Ride to Butterfly Pavilion!

Charter bus rentals to the Butterfly Pavilion are available from a variety of providers including CharterUPShofur, and GOGO Charters

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Exhibits

Origins

Discover the fascinating world of genetic building blocks and their role in shaping animal diversity.

Live Chrysalis Camera

See butterflies as they emerge in Butterfly Pavilion’s Wings of the Tropics with our high-definition zoo cams and live feeds.

Wings of the Tropics

Walk among free-flying butterflies in a tropical paradise.

Colorado Backyard

This immersive exhibit connects guests to the rich and diverse life that surrounds us, and inspires a greater commitment to conserve all of our natural treasures in Colorado and beyond.

Survival

Transport yourself to the Survival exhibit, home of Rosie the tarantula and other small wonders! Explore and learn about dozens of species of arthropods. Sharpen your observation skills as you discover animals hidden in their native habitats.

Water’s Edge

Explore the incredible diversity of underwater invertebrates.

Outdoor Gardens

Experience the wonder of Colorado’s wild invertebrates! The outdoor gardens at Butterfly Pavilion are designed to provide habitat for native invertebrates with a focus on native pollinators, while also providing four-season beauty and a place to wander, relax, and learn.

Upcoming Events

Pollinator Palooza Festival

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Volunteer for Pollinators 2024

May 18, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Register now!

Bugs and Brews - Music of the Tropics

Thursday, May 23, 2024 - 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Register now!