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The Butterfly Farm and Conservatory is Open! 

Thurs-Sun:  10am - 4pm

Weds-Thurs: Private Group Reservations

Closed Monday and Tuesdays

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  • The Dahlonega Butterfly Farm is a family owned farm and nature preserve located in the Appalachian mountains of North Georgia. Our mission is to provide a safe and educational environment for butterflies and other pollinators to thrive. We host a variety of native plants, butterflies, and caterpillars. We offer tours and educational field trips to students of all ages.

  • Our farm is kid and pet friendly, making it the perfect place for families to explore and appreciate the beauty of nature. We believe in supporting local businesses and offer a variety of handmade products and souvenirs created by local artisans. Come visit us and discover the wonders of the natural world.

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Our mission is to preserve the biodiversity of our environment through understanding nature.  Our venue will create and sustain a natural habitat for butterflies & native plants to thrive, for both native and non-native species.


Sustainability is the key to our purpose. The land & structures are designed with materials that are both earth friendly and sustainable.  Our farm practices include seeding and propagating our own plants, composting & recycling. 


Our Farm/Venue will offer classes/educational events each season. Our Visitor Center will also have up-to-date materials about earth science, sustainability, and gardening to attract butterflies.  

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