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Be Where the Butterflies Are

It may be winter outside, but that doesn’t stop the tropical butterflies of the American Museum of Natural History from flourishing. The museum, located just fifteen minutes from our Madison Avenue hotel, houses a tropical rainforest-style conservatory that’s home to over five hundred butterflies. It’s one of the museum’s most beloved exhibitions, and it begins every fall and runs through the spring, so there’s still time for visitors to take a break from a chilly day and experience the free-flying butterflies in their perma-summer habitat that boasts a wide variety of species, including scarlet swallowtails, owl butterflies and shiny blue morphos, to name a few. Sure to delight visitors of any age, step into summer for a little while and feel free as a butterfly. 

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