Butterfly Wonderland

Definitely NOT suitable for school trips

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Published: 15 September 2019

Posted by: Anonymously

I went to Butterfly wonderland on a school trip. It was my third school field outing visit to their area in 5 years. While we\’ve never been dealt with well, today was out and out terrible. Our school was on schedule for our visit, however, another school landed without notice to their facility and our start time was knocked. It additionally took our lead instructor at any rate of 20 minutes to “check-in” for our visit to their facility. The staff here was scrambling. They were discourteous, unpleasant, harsh, and disrespectful. Students are not made to feel welcome. They\’re generally put off to the side while \”paying clients\” enter the theatre first or take photographs before the green screen, and so forth. I didn\’t try to educate their staff that the students have ALSO paid to be there (our school paid nearly $2000 to visit their facility today). Be that as it may, the most noticeably awful was the part of the arrangement when we attempted to take a class photograph before the green screen, which the classes do every year.
The photographer was an impolite man who attempted to move our class fellows from the green screen before we even snapped our picture! At that point, when I griped that the staff is famously discourteous to handle trippers, he attempted to verbally draw in me in contention and said, \”Have you at any point thought of the nature of my job?!\” The way that he attempted to connect with me in a verbal contention before second-grade students, their folks and their teacher were unsatisfactory. I will unquestionably enlighten everybody I know concerning the HORRIFIC administration we got today, particularly since my two earlier visits weren\’t vastly improved. I would firmly encourage everybody to evade this spot for school field trips.
Perhaps their administration is better for “paying clients” however I presently can\’t seem to have a positive involvement with them identified with a school field trip. I don\’t know how it\’s the universe’s biggest butterfly chamber since it was by all accounts a similar size as the ones I have visited in Chicago. The opening movie and the introductory lecture were yawn-worthy; moreover, their 3D was not working well. Right next to the butterfly exhibit is the schmaltzy laser obstacle room and mirror maze. The mirror maze was strictly ok but the laser obstacle room was very short for the expensive price paid. I found it strange that some butterflies were on the ground and many people would put their feet on them unknowingly, yet the persons in charge behaved rudely with you if you do so. Why exactly do you do put these beautiful creatures on the ground I don’t understand? I have a feeling that our school squandered cash. I believe that it\’s over the top expensive for what they are. I thought it was important to share my experience so other people could be made aware of this place’s terribleness. I wouldn\’t return and I would not recommend this spot either.

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