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Welcome back to blog two about the wonderful attraction on the Isle of Wight that you might not have heard about. Our last travel blog was all about the Fired Art centre that allowed you to create and design your own works of art.

Now it’s time for a little treat for all of you insect fans reading this blog. The butterfly farm is a treat for anyone who loves these little winged creatures. Butterfly world is your chance to see hundreds of butterflies of all size and colour flying freely around a natural environment.

This is becoming a massively popular attraction and is a great source of information and a chance to see these stunning beauties first hand. This wonderful undercover attraction features some really exotic flying friends as well as a Chinese Painted Quail eating all the uninvited insects.

Information is at every step of the way, with regular talks and leaflets to quench your thirst for information and provide a great insight to the world of the butterfly.

You can also snap up some great gifts for your friends and family in the large gift shop that is on offer and as you can imagine there is a massive butterfly theme.

There is also a wonderful garden centre for all of you green fingered enthusiasts that like to dabble in nature.

For the little ones there is a delightfully themed small world to keep theme entertained and amused at the nicely themed and well presented. This is a well themed dark fairytale setting with complimentary mood lighting and a wonderful array of animals and characters and scenes featuring clowns and pirates.

For a great day out during one of your Isle of Wight breaks make sure you visit Butterfly World.

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