Putting all ethical questions aside, the butterfly exhibit was fascinating. I had been to butterfly gardens when I was younger but I didn't recall them that well. I remembered being nervous that a butterfly would poop on me, but that's about it. Being surrounded by so many butterflies at once in a beautiful setting was amazing. In my ordinary life, I would never be surrounded by so many butterflies and it truly helped me appreciate nature more than ever.
Other than the butterfly garden, the museum as a whole helps us step out of our ordinary lives. It helps give us a perspective on the history of Florida, how we came to populate this area, and how everything has evolved since then. It is an enlightening experience with so many different types of exhibits that do a great job of educating people.