With many attractions and outdoor areas closed across the province, people are turning to virtual adventures they can take from home. You can escape your four walls by enjoying some of Ontario's most popular sites from your computer, including Casa Loma and Ripley's Aquarium. While tropical vacations may be put on hold, you can explore this magical rainforest without needing a plane ticket. Put on a hat, because Ontario's virtual butterfly garden will bring summer to your bedroom.

The Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory is currently closed, but you can still enjoy the wonders of this tropical paradise from your home.

The conservatory is home to over 2,000 colourful butterflies, and this virtual tour will bring you tons of fluttering views.

The video, available through the Niaraga website, features a 360-degree view of the habitat.

You can click around the screen to see tons of dreamy butterflies enjoying their rainforest home.

It's a nice way to bring a bit of warmth and summer into dark days.

Usually, the conservatory has a $16.50 admission charge per adult, but you can explore the area with this video for free.

Niagara Falls tourism offers more online activities and virtual tours you can access without leaving your couch. 

You can zipline over the falls, see the city from a soaring helicopter, and take a boatride into the misty waters.

Other activities include a new online video series from Niagara's zoo, historical adventures, and more.

There are virtual adventures available throughout the province if you're looking for some more fun.

Canada's Wonderland will take you on crazy rollercoaster rides from your house, and Ripley's Aquarium will take you deep inside the shark tank.

You can even visit some fluffy polar bears for your daily dose of cuteness.

Bring a bit of summetime into your home by checking out this virtual garden filled with fluttering butterflies.

Niagara Virtual Butterfly Conservatory

Price: Free

Address: 2565 Niagara Pkwy., Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

Why You Need To Go: Get a taste of the tropics with this colourful peek into the butterfly conservatory.

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