Preparations are underway at Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm to welcome back visitors this weekend following months of closure due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Teams have been working behind the scenes to ensure all the necessary social distancing measures are in place before doors reopen on Saturday 4th July. Several changes have been made to protect visitors, including the installation of perspex screens, hand sanitisier stations, one-way systems and contactless payments.
Visitors will also get to see a brand new Maya themed display, which staff have been working on while looking after the butterflies, birds, fish and other animals during the lockdown, to be revealed this weekend.
Tickets can be purchased in advance from Tuesday 30th June by calling 01789 299288 or going to the Butterfly Farm website, with daily limits set to ensure social distancing and provide the best possible visitor experience. Season ticket holders can visit from Saturday 4th July with the general public from Monday 6th July.
Jane Kendrick, Marketing Manager at Stratford Butterfly Farm said, “We’re delighted to re-open and reveal all the changes we’ve made to improve the Farm including our new look reception and Maya display. Since lockdown we’ve had so many lovely messages of support from our customers and we can’t wait to welcome them back!”
Main image: Lace Wing – Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm