What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $16 for two general-admission tickets ($32 value)
- $20 for four Mommy and Me classes ($40 value)
- $33 for four general-admission tickets ($64 value)<p>
A walking path in the atrium takes visitors through a world filled with lush tropical plants and trees—and hundreds of butterflies. The museum hosts various other live species, including reptiles and insects, plus a butterfly nursery.
Each Friday at 11 a.m., babies aged 3 months to two years lead their parents to one-hour Mommy and Me classes and join in hands-on games and learning activities. They're welcome to explore the rest of the museum after class.
World of Wings recommends that all visitors bring socks, as the bounce house and the children's play area are socks-only attractions. See the museum schedule [here](http://wowbutterfly.com/main.asp?c=plan). Museum admission for kids under age 2 is free.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About World of Wings
World of Wings strives to teach children the value of life and introduce them to the wonders of the natural world through its butterfly atrium and museum. Paths wind through an oasis of waterfalls, tropical plants, chirping birds, and nectar flowers, which provide food for the hundreds of Lepidoptera fluttering inside the glass enclosure. Knowledgeable staffers are on-hand to explain to visitors why butterflies exhibit certain behaviors, such as puddling (butterflies drink from muddy puddles when they need minerals and there's no San Pellegrino around).
In the museum, guests can visit with amphibians and reptiles, observe the process of preserving delicate insects, and peek in the butterfly nursery. Staffers move winged beauties from the nursery into the atrium once a day, letting new butterflies experience their first flight in full view of visitors. For fun with slightly less science, kids can scale a climbing wall, go nuts in a bounce room, visit the ocean-like bubble room, and have their eyes tricked in the illusion room.