Abu Dhabi’s new Butterfly Gardens, situated at Al Qana’s waterfront destination, will be a home to over 2,000 butterflies from 40 different species. The space will also showcase a diverse collection of flora and fauna.
A unique facility in the capital, it will be situated next to the National Aquarium and is set to open next year.
Guests can experience butterflies and insects in their natural habitat, witnessing the live development of pupae. A special highlight is the enchanting starlight night setting.
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New Butterfly Garden in Abu Dhabi
The indoor project, with controlled climate, features three zones: Asia, the Americas, and Eden Cafe. These zones boast lush tropical gardens inspired by Asia, Central, and South America. Eden Cafe, alongside stunning butterflies, offers a serene ambiance with a waterfall, koi pond, and white peacocks. Guests can enjoy high tea with butterflies.
Construction is set to begin early next year, and we can anticipate the climate-controlled Butterfly Gardens Abu Dhabi to be fully operational in 2024. The facility will be open seven days a week for visitors.
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