Butterfly Conservatory, Niagara Falls

Teacher Open House

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Niagara Parks Teacher Open House

Butterfly Conservatory

March 8, 2018 • 3:30pm – 6:00pm • Free to Attend

Take learning to a whole new level at Niagara Parks. We offer many opportunities for educators looking for unique settings for student learning and adventure. Whether you want to explore Canada’s historic past or to integrate units on science with geography, our diverse nature and heritage sites can add value to the learning process and help your students develop the skills and knowledge needed to compete and succeed.

Learn about exciting school tours and upcoming programming at the 2018 Teacher Open House. You’ll meet with our team of Niagara Parks education staff along with representatives from Wildplay Niagara for an evening of program demonstrations, self-guided tours, and refreshments prepared by our Niagara Parks Culinary team.

Unique Learning Opportunities

Nature Exchange Program

Nature Exchange Program

As part of an extensive renovation of the interior space and partnership with Science North, the centre welcomes the popular Nature Exchange, an interactive learning program that promotes respect for all living things through responsible collecting, research and education.

Tree Planting Program

Tree Planting Program

The Niagara Parks Tree Planting Program fits the Ontario curriculum at all grade levels in the Environmental Education: Science and Technology strands.
Let your students plant a tree to offset the carbon footprint of your visit and be part of our goal to plant 2,000 trees along the Niagara Parkway over the next three years!

WildPlay Niagara

WildPlay Niagara

Climb, zip, jump, and swing your way to learning. WildPlay Niagara is the official supplier to Niagara Parks, providing both the Mistrider Zipline to the Falls and Whirlpool Adventure Course.

Experiential learning at its best.

Learning begins here

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