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The butterfly house (Fjärilshuset) in the Hagaparken covers an area of over 800 m². It is a breeding ground with thousands of butterflies of different species. There is also a large aviary, an Asian-style garden and an antique conservatory.
Exotic butterflies, such as the Peacock atlas from the forests of Southeast Asia - the largest moth in the world, attract attention.
There are special conditions inside the butterfly house that allow the butterflies to develop properly. The air temperature is always kept above 25 degrees Celsius during the day and lowered to 18 degrees at night. High air humidity is also important.
The Butterfly House was established in 1989 on the initiative of Stephen and Marie Frieda. In 2007, the owner changed and planned the expansion and modernization of the butterfly house.