Butterfly World

Experience Butterfly World, where Discovery and Wonder take Flight at the World's Largest Butterfly and Bird Park! It features "open air" aviaries with a breathtaking display of 20,000 exotic butterflies and tropical birds worldwide. First, explore and interact with rare and delicate butterflies in a South Florida Tropical Rain Forest. Then, discover metamorphosis in our Research Facility, where you will see all stages of the butterfly life cycle on a daily display. Other highlights include Vine Maze, Butterfly Museum and Insectarium, Live Bug Zoo, Lorikeet Encounter, where you can hand-feed small parrots, Swinging Suspension Bridge, Botanical Gardens, Outdoor Cafés, and more! It's the perfect adventure for the whole family! In addition, Gift and Plant Shops are open to the public.

3600 W Sample Road
Coconut Creek

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The Promenade at Coconut Creek is an outdoor lifestyle shopping destination which includes dining, shopping, luxury movie theater, and many special events. 

4443 Lyons Road
Coconut Creek

Promenade at Coconut Creek Website

Tradewinds Park offers guided trail rides and pony rides at the stables complex on the north side of the park, which also operates horse camps in the summer and during school breaks.

3600 W. Sample Road
Coconut Creek

Tradewinds Park Website

Seminole Coconut Creek Casino

Seminole Casino Coconut Creek offers an upscale local’s casino experience featuring over 2,100 Vegas-style slots, 75 live table games, and 28 tables of live poker. Coco’s smoke-free pavilion features over 250 non-smoking slots and eight live table games. Coco also offers live entertainment and dining, including NYY Steak, New York-style 1st Street Deli, Italian bistro-inspired Sorrisi, and breezy Sunset Grill.

5550 Northwest 40th Street 
Coconut Creek

Seminole Casino Website

Butterfly Capital of the World

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