London Butterfly House (London) Reviews
Description:Syon Park, Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 8JF, ENGLAND. Tel:020 8560 0378.
Newest Review: ... their own body weight!) The pirhanhas we haven't yet seen as they're part of the aquatic centre which is a separate place although also situated within Syon Park. The tarantulas we also haven't seen, although we did see som e bird-eating spiders (only baby birds I'm told!) and some stick insects ... more
Customer London Butterfly House (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 09/08/01, updated on 05/08/02 (Very useful, 2312 readings)
Is that tropical holiday just beyond your reach? Are you pining for the sounds of gently falling water while you sit among vibrant exotic blooms and allow the warm humid breeze to waft away all the cares of work and everyday life? It could all be a lot closer than you think. It might even cost you less than a tenner for you and your whole family to enjoy an afternoon of tropical temperatures and sweetly-scented flowers not to mention watching the most beautiful and fragile of creatures flit around sucking nectar from the blossoms and occasionally landing on you for a few moments rest before fluttering across to the red hibiscus or tropical lilies? ... Read the complete review
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