Six interactive stations allow guests to simulate the migration of monarch butterflies and the dangers and challenges they face. Learn how the butterflies escape predators, navigate storms, find food and more. After completing each hands-on challenge, participants receive part of a monarch butterfly to assemble. The final stage of the journey is to hang their completed butterfly on the Monarch tree!
This area is open throughout the festival on the lawn next to the parking garage.
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016 | 12:30 p.m. (Children’s Area)
Wear your own pollinator costume for all Museum visitors to see as we celebrate these amazing animals during the annual Pollinator Parade! This is your chance to join bees, butterflies, bats and birds as we pledge to ensure the future of pollinators. The parade will begin in the Children's Area.