Butterfly Jungles Experience

Opening times - 7 days a week 10am - 4.30pm


Butterfly Jungles Experience

Hall Place & Gardens
Bourne Rd
Bexley
KENT
DA5 1PQ

Tel 01322 527389

Entrance to the Butterfly Jungles Experience

£4 Adults £3 Children

Coach parties welcome - Parking, Cafe and award winning historical house and gardens on site, Miller & Carter restaurant alongside site (Charges apply to house, gardens are free)

School visit enquiries please click here to email our education department


(Suitable for wheelchairs but unsuitable for children's pushchairs & prams)

Groups can be booked for 12 or more. Adult group visits include a guided tour with one of our butterfly experts and a talk in the plant centre on butterfly plants. A 50% deposit is required on group bookings and can be paid by card over the phone.


(Please book in advance by calling 01322 527389, filling out the form below or emailing paul@butterflyjungles.com)


Group booking enquiry


Rachel de Thame and Chris Collins opened 'The Butterfly Jungles Experience,Plant Centre & Shop' in the grounds of Hall Place in Bexley,Kent on February 14th 2014


Butterfly Jungles
At Hall Place & Gardens

The Butterfly Jungles Experience at Hall Place

We have opened the 'Butterfly Jungles Experience' at Hall Place where visitors walk amongst stunning free flying butterflies from around the world in a rainforest environment full to the brim with beautiful exotic flowers.

All stages of their incredible lifecycle can be observed at first hand from egg laying,fascinating caterpillars and incredible pupae from which visitors can see the adult butterflies hatch and dry their wings.Witnessing this metamorphosis is extremely educational too and an invaluable resource for Schools where children can also learn about the tropics.

We have special feeding stations where you can observe the fruit feeding species, a favourite with Children and Adults alike!

The exhibit is open 10am - 4.30pm

7 days a week. 


 

Precis Orithya - Blue Pansy butterfly

 

Morpho Peleides - Blue Morpho Butterfly (Above)



Morpho Polyphemus - White Morpho Butterfly

 

Papilio Cresphontes - Orange Dog Swallowtail



About Hall Place

Hall Place is a stunning Grade 1 listed Tudor House built in 1537 surrounded by 65 hectares of magnificent formal gardens and landscaped parkland that have something to offer visitors throughout the year.

The Hall Place gardens are one of only a handful of sites in the UK to have won the Civic Trust’s Green Flag award for eleven successive years and also have coveted Green Heritage Site status.

There are many features around the spectacular gardens. The west lawn boasts a stunning topiary lawn of chess pieces and the Queen’s Beasts, planted to mark the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. You can stroll around enclosed gardens, rose and herb gardens and admire inspirational herbaceous borders full of colour throughout the year.

The parkland, through which the River Cray flows, can be explored at a leisurely pace whilst discovering the exceptional collection of trees and the profusion of wildlife that call the estate home.

The former walled gardens have display gardens, model gardens and a sub-tropical plant house with a host of exotic plants, where you can see bananas ripening in mid-winter.

The new visitor centre in the grounds offers a riverside tearoom with unparalleled views of the parkland.


Queen's Beasts at Hall Place


The stunning Rock Gardens at Hall Place

Feedbacks from our Butterfly Jungles Experience

                   Simply Stunning!                   Hundreds of butterflies                  An amazing experience and knowledgable staff                    My children loved it                    My 3rd visit,I can't stay away!                   Excellent Staff and a fantastic experience                    Mind Blowing!!                   Butterflies landed on us!                  Magical! ;                 Worth every penny!                  There are so many butterflies, more than we've seen anywhere else and we visit lots of butterfly exhibits!                  What a gem of a place