A zoo is the first place most people would go to see a leopard, whereas the second place would be the chainlink enclosure in Donald Sutherland's backyard. Steer clear of Donald Sutherland with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $18 for admission for up to four people (up to a $36 value)
- $99 for an individual season pass for one person and one guest on each visit (a $350 value)
- $199 for a family season pass for one person and three guests on each visit (a $700 value)
The greenhouse-style zoo is home to butterflies from New Guinea, Costa Rica, and Borneo, as well as to North American species that soar across the enclosed expanse. The tropical bugs flit from flower to flower on sunny days but remain fairly stationary—and thus more photogenic—on cloudy days. The facility is closed on rainy days. Admission for kids aged 12 and younger is $5; admission for adults is $9. Season passes are valid for the 2013 season.
Newport Butterfly Farm
Named as a Best of Rhode Island 2011 attraction by Yankee magazine, Newport Butterfly Farm cultivates a tapestry of colorful flying creatures. Celebrating its 23rd summer, the farm's enclosure houses hundreds of different butterfly species from across the globe, including white monarchs, common buckeyes, and chinese yellow swallowtails. A variety of mounted butterflies is also available for purchase to decorate a home office or serve as a warning to moths fluttering around your home office. Open until Labor Day, the farm's outdoor enclosure is also sometimes visited by larger flying critters, including wild turkeys and hawks.
What some people are buzzing about:
“There are very strict rules to follow which is fine but it was a great experience. The staff is very knowledgeable and butterflies are beautiful. ”
“make sure you doing during the summer when they have the most butterflies. There was still lot there but to the end of season they stop bringing them in still a...”
“make sure you doing during the summer when they have the most butterflies. There was still lot there but to the end of season they stop bringing them in still a unforgettable experience for me and my girls.”
“Ask questions. The students are very nice. ”