Florida Museum of Natural History

Florida Museum of Natural History

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Geri P. ·
January 1, 2014
I had groupon tickets and when entering, thought that your corral led to the person sitting at the left. I saw a person behind the desk on the right waiting on a customer, and thought that she may have been taking those with memberships and prepaid/groupon tickets, so cut the line to ask. Your employee curtly told me to get back in line. Maybe she has to continually tell folks this as your signage says to enter the corral to purchase tickets. A bit confusing for those with electronic tickets as such.


Lynda M. ·
December 31, 2013
Great buy for the price. Family, educational activity!


Doris M. ·
December 9, 2013
Josh hosted a butterfly release while my son and I were there. It was such a treat. We explored the rest of the museum. We made a trip to the gift shop where my son was able to purchase a reminder of our fantastic day. On our way out, we stopped by the plant sale. Josh was out there and helped us pick a couple of great plants for our front yard. Everyone on staff was very friendly and we really enjoyed every aspect of our visit.

What You'll Get

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  • $13 for two admissions to the Butterfly Rainforest and Surfing Florida and Surf Science exhibits ($24 value)

  • $24 for four admissions to the Butterfly Rainforest and Surfing Florida and Surf Science exhibits ($48 value)

The Surfing Florida and Surf Science exhibits explore surf culture through photographs and artifacts and delve into the science of waves and large marine animals with interactive displays. In the Butterfly Rainforest, families trek through a 6,400-square-foot outdoor enclosure rife with waterfalls, tropical plants, and hundreds of vibrant butterflies. Stations throughout the exhibit pepper minds with edifying tidbits on butterfly behaviors as well as explaining how butterflies are vital to ecosystems.

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Promotional value expires Jan 20, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Florida Museum of Natural History

Standing still in a cloud of free-flying butterflies, exploring the depths of a limestone cave, and gazing at the 14-foot bones of a 16,000-year-old Columbian mammoth skeleton—visitors can do all of this in just one afternoon at the Florida Museum of Natural History. Since starting in 1891 as a professor’s teaching collection of fossils, minerals, and human anatomy models, the museum has transformed into the home of more than 40 million specimens, creating a library of life that features one of the world’s largest collections of butterflies and moths.

Reflecting the museum’s impressive collection of winged beauties, some of its exhibits focus on the butterflies and moths that, unlike humans, can survive long flights without eating a single package of peanuts. At the Butterfly Rainforest, more than 1,000 butterflies from 60 to 80 species take to the air among tropical trees, orchids, bromeliads, and waterfalls cascading into a pond that bustles with fish and turtles. Feeding stations with freshly cut fruit dot the 6,400-square-foot screened enclosure, letting guests get up close as the butterflies feast. Live butterfly releases daily at 2 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday at 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. let onlookers watch them fly into an outdoor butterfly rainforest, and among the indoor butterfly exhibits, curious audiences can peer into a rearing lab where staff unpack and sort newly arrived pupae.

Rounding out the museum’s focus on Floridian biosystems, the Northwest Florida: Waterways & Wildlife exhibit invites visitors to wander through a full-scale recreation of a hammock forest, and the South Florida exhibit takes guests down the peninsula with a mangrove boardwalk and a palm-thatched Calusa leader’s house. The museum's internationally acclaimed fossil collection includes highlights such as "shark jaw row," extinction dioramas, and full skeletal mounts and sculptures. Meanwhile, outside, petals unfurl in the wildflower and butterfly garden.

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