I have been planning for a couple of months to go to Callaway Gardens with my 2 year old daughter. Mainly for the butterfly center. She loves butterflies. Well, I went this past monday the 11th of may, and I was speechless. I thought the butterfly dome would be bigger than it was. I also thought there would be more butterflies flying around that might would land on my daughters hand or shirt, just to get a picture of her face if it happened. Well, there were only about 30 butterflies in the whole building and I didn't see any hatching, like they said we would either. There needs to be more butterflies, because your web site was very misleading.
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