Yoga in the Rainforest

Thursday, April 18 & Tuesday, April 23

5:15 – 6:15pm; check in 5:00pm

Yoga is back! Practice yoga in the peaceful and magical surroundings of the Butterfly Conservatory, featuring thousands of beautiful fluttering butterflies. This hour-long class will guide guests through a series of yoga poses that help build strength and gain flexibility.

Ages 18 & up; $30/person. Pre-registration required. Register on EventBrite here or call (480) 800-3000, ext. 206.

Butterfly Brushstrokes Painting Class

Friday, April 19

6 – 8:30pm

Bring a bestie or make it a date night, and embark on a creative journey at Butterfly Brushstrokes. This expertly guided, delightful painting class promises an inspiring experience as each attendee crafts their very own “butterfly Picasso” masterpiece. All materials are provided in the price, ensuring a hassle-free and enjoyable session limited to 20 people.

$30/public; $15/members (covers supplies). Pre-registration required. Register on EventBrite here or call (480) 800-3000, ext. 206 for more info.

Waking Up with Butterflies

Saturday, April 20

8:30 – 9am; check-in at 8:15am

Savor a serene hour, capturing the beauty of butterflies, birds, or reptiles through the camera lens. Join Butterfly Wonderland for an exclusive opportunity as Director of Animal Care & Entomologist Derek Kellogg stands ready to address inquiries about butterflies, plants, and the captivating rainforest ecosystem. At the same time, participants capture compelling images of one of Mother Nature’s most beautiful and delicate creatures!

For people aged 18 & up, $29.95/public (includes admission). FREE for members. Registration required; call (480) 800-3000, ext. 206. Tripods are allowed.

Spring Butterfly Hike to Rackensack Wash by CAZBA Hike Leader Adriane Grimaldi

Saturday, April 20

8:30am – 1pm

Directions upon registration
Gear up for an unforgettable adventure with the Central Arizona Butterfly Association(CAZBA)! Join Butterfly Wonderland’s Director of Education, and CAZBA hike leader, Adriane Grimaldi, on a special butterfly inspired hike to Rackensak Wash to look for the amazing Yucca Giant-Skipper and the Sara Orangetip butterflies. Participants are asked to wear good hiking shoes, a hat, and bring binoculars, water, and snacks/lunch. Hike difficulty: moderate (no real trails, rocky creek bed).

Limit 20 people. A donation of $5 per person is appreciated to benefit CAZBA. To join, email: or call 480.800.3000, ext. 204. Detailed directions will be given at the time of reservation.

NEW! Chair Yoga for All Ages

Thursday, April 25

5:15 – 6:15 pm; check-in at 5:00 pm

Experience the tranquility of the Butterfly Conservatory while practicing Chair Yoga tailored for all ages. This hour-long class is designed to offer gentle, supportive, and beneficial yoga in a serene and beautiful setting.

The cost is $30 per person. A chair is provided. Pre-registration is required. Register on EventBrite here or call 480.800.300o, Ext 206.

NEW! *Upcoming Event* LEGO Engineering Workshops at Butterfly

8 workshops on selected days in June & July
Kids ages 7-12

9am to Noon

Limit 10 kids per class!

Experience the ultimate summer adventure with Play-Well, the LEGO-inspired engineering leader, as they present LEGO Engineering Workshops at Butterfly Wonderland this June and July for kids ages 7-12. With expert instructors and extensive LEGO® collections, kids unleash their creativity, building intricate objects and exploring engineering and physics principles, fostering collaboration and fearless creativity! Admission to BW is not included. Each camper receives 1 complimentary ticket to come back to Butterfly Wonderland and a small LEGO surprise!

Find dates, times and cost with registration through Play-Well here.

Monarch Butterfly Tagging Trip to Southern Arizona

Sunday, September 15 & Sunday, September 22

9am – 1pm

Join Butterfly Wonderland’s Director of Education, Adriane Grimaldi, for an extraordinary Monarch butterfly tagging adventure in Southern Arizona, near Sonoita. This hands-on experience offers a rare opportunity to witness the Monarchs’ migration to Mexico and learn the art and importance of tagging. Get up close to these magnificent creatures (and other native Arizona butterflies) and gain insights into their incredible journey. Remember to bring essentials like a hat, water, sunscreen, and a sack lunch. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to connect with nature.

Tickets: $20 for members, $25 for non-members. A portion of the proceeds support the Southwest Monarch Study. Limited space available; pre-registration is required. Register on EventBrite here. Detailed directions will be given when registering by calling (480) 800-3000, ext. 204.