Papilion Butterfly House

About The Papilion Butterfly House

The Papilion is Oklahoma's only Butterfly House. The Butterfly House is home to several different kinds of butterflies native to Oklahoma. While walking through this open air sanctuary, these colorful insects will gently fly around and welcome you into their habitat. Butterflies are on display from Mother’s Day Weekend through Columbus Day with 26 varieties of native butterfly species. The Butterfly Papilion includes a gorgeous array of plants and flowers that attract the stunning creatures each year, Tulips in the garden in April in conjunction with the Azalea Festival. The Papilion Butterfly House at Honor Heights Park boasts a colorful array of flowers which attract native butterflies to the gardens as well as a state-of-the-art enclosure allowing you to walk among free-flying butterflies and discover the amazing world of these glorious insects.

At Honor Heights Park
1400 Honor Heights Drive
April - October
Monday - Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday 1:00 - 5:00 pm
$3.00 Adults
$2.00 Students, Seniors and Military (with an I.D.)

Private reservations available for weddings, reunions and special events.
1400 Honor Heights Drive,
Muskogee, OK 74401, USA
(918) 684-6302

The Docent Program

Papilion garden docents are volunteers who are willing to share their love and knowledge of gardening and butterflies with the public. Required docent training includes a basic understanding of botany and cultivars in our garden, the lifecycle of butterflies, and tourism in Muskogee. Docents are expected to serve a total of 25 hours during our April - October gardening season. To be informed and kept up to date on all of the events occurring at the Papilion, a membership with the Friends of Honor Heights Park Association is encouraged, but optional. To show your interest in docent training or facility rental, please contact:

Katherine Coburn, Papilion Operations Manager
918-684-6302 extension 1469

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