September 17 - January 8
Now extended through March 25!
Come on down to the San Antonio Botanical Gardens and explore the unusual relationship between caterpillars, butterflies and their natural surroundings. "Adventure through the leaves, move like a caterpillar, discover an ant that reaps the reward of an unusual friendship, then transform into a butterfly and take flight." Adults and kids alike will love this.
This interactive maze experience was created by The Natural History Museum in London in collaboration with Minotaur Mazes. Originally scheduled to end January 8, the exhibit has been extended through March 25.
From the San Antonio Botanical Gardens website:
Enter the interactive maze through the huge monarch caterpillar tunnel. Become a caterpillar and find your way through a secret, wild world as grass and leaves tower above your head.
As you navigate the terrain filled with challenges around every twist and turn, take on puzzles, games and exciting interactivities. The brave can even take to the air and soar down the butterfly zip slide.
You'll discover fascinating facts about one of our planets most amazing lifecycles. But beware. The maze includes dead-ends, down which, lurks poisonous plants and predators waiting to pounce. Choose the right route, stamp your card along the way, and emerge as a beautiful butterfly.
Lifecycle Garden Card - Caterpillar Crawl - Caterpillar Pinball - Hairy Plant Attack - Creepy Friends - Climb-In Pupa Pods - Metamorphosis Chamber - Flap Those Wings - Spider Web Climb - Finding Food Nectar Path Puzzle - Nectar Squeeze & Sniff - The Mating Game - Educated Egg-locator - Backyard Butterfly Party - Butterfly Behavior Wheel - Monarch Migration Monorails - An Egg's Perspective - Leaf Climb
Click here for detailed descriptions and photos of each interactive maze element. "
Graphics: San Antonio Botanical Gardens