Stunning new pathways guide visitors throughout Stratford Butterfly Farm!
The Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm has unveiled its new stunning pathways which were completed on the 15 December. Designed by artist Madeline Smith who illustrated the Farm’s garden mural and Explorers Guide, the smooth level surfaces guide visitors throughout the Flight Area.
Inspired by tropical rainforests, the new pathways are bright and colourful, incorporating tropical leaf prints and animal footprints. The animal & bird footprints are all native to the rainforests of the Americas and feature a Jaguar, Tapir, Squirrel Monkey, Parrot, Caiman Crocodile and Chachalaca bird.
As well as providing a colourful and interesting set of pathways throughout the Farm, the paths are also much easier for disabled access and visitors with prams and buggies.
Jane Kendrick, Marketing Manager at Stratford Butterfly Farm said
We are delighted to unveil our new colourful pathways which offer another great improvement to the facilities at the Farm.
To see hundreds of spectacular butterflies, insects, reptiles and spiders visit the Butterfly Farm from 10am to 5:00pm, last entry 3.30pm. Open every day of the week except Christmas Day.
For more information including admission prices and group rates, please visit the website at www.butterflyfarm.co.uk or telephone on 01789 299288.
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