Bangalore’s Butterfly Park review on Mums and Stories



It’s the holidays in Bengaluru for many schools and if you are wondering what can be considered as an interesting outing, do think of Butterfly park, situated at Bannerghatta. The space adjoining Bannerghatta National Park, about 12 kms from J.P Nagar is a space where you get to see lots of butterflies.

Be ready to walk, be ready to take some finger foods, water and a cap and make the best of the outing.

Accessible by bus, cabs or your own transportation, the Butterfly park is set in a dome structure with warm environment to keep the butterflies and there is also a small museum where information on the evolution, types of insects and butterflies are put up for display.

Tuesdays are off for the park and you can combine this outing as a solo one or with Bannerghatta Safari or a visit to the zoo.

Here are a few pictures of the Butterfly park.

(Photograph at the Butterfly park museum)

 

(Photograph at the entrance of the Butterfly park, Bannerghatta National Park).

 

(Short video capsule of the Butterfly park)

If you are lucky, you might even find one of the staff members of the butterfly park explain on the varieties found and other interesting information.

 

 

(Photographs by Mums and Stories).

We at Mums and Stories found it good, well maintained and give it a 5 out of 5.

(All photographs and video belong to Mums and Stories and are subject to copyright).

Please follow and like us:


About mumsandstories.com 454 Articles
Mums and Stories is a digital publishing platform that has been able to connect, engage and inspire readers with real stories of mums.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*