Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm is all set to re-open its doors and welcome visitors back from 17 May in line with Stage 3 of the Government’s roadmap. Tickets must be booked in advance using the online booking system and will be available from 11 May. Stratford Butterfly Farm is a COVID-19 secure environment and has achieved Visit Britain’s ‘Good to Go’ industry standard mark of approval to provide extra visitor confidence. The popular tourist attraction has also signed the Coventry, Solihull, and Warwickshire COVID Secure Business Pledge.
During lockdown, the Butterfly Farm has been busy making improvements to enhance the visitor’s experience. Clive Farrell, owner of the Farm, has been breeding tropical butterflies which will be released into the flight area on Sunday 16 May. The team has been busy replanting the outdoor and tropical gardens as well as giving Minibeast Metropolis a stunning new look featuring a 1,000-litre tropical Aquarium. The walkways within the Flight Area have been edged with Cotswold stone and hand-crafted wooden pergolas have replaced the metal archways.