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Hershey Gardens, Hershey, PA
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Hershey Gardens was opened in 1937 by Milton Hershey. The Botanical Garden is 23 acres with area designed for all ages and areas especially for children. Butterfly house when in season has a butterfly habitat with nectar, plants for egg laying, caterpillar feeding illustrating their entire lifecycle.
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Uploaded: 02/11/2013
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Tags: attraction; botanical; butterfly house; children; garden; hershey; horticulture; pennsylvania; people; scare crowd
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