Konya Tropical Butterfly Garden, which has Turkey's first butterfly garden and Europe's largest butterfly flight area, was opened to visitors in 2015. Tropical Butterfly Garden has a usage area of 7.200 m2. Butterfly Flight Area and Insect Museum are served in two main sections, in a 3.500 m2 excursion area. In the construction of the building, a glass curtain wall cladding system with 630 tons of steel and 1730 pieces of glass, each of which is of a different size, was used. In addition, special PVB material is used in the glasses, which allows butterflies to find their direction with the rays coming from the sun as in their natural environment, which ensures the maximum passage of UV rays into the garden. The garden is built in the form of butterflies in accordance with nature in order to instill a love of nature and animals in adults, especially children. The garden temperature is kept under control with 28 °C and 80% humidity. In addition, it is aimed to leave a good memory in their lives by enabling visitors to see different types of butterflies and other insects and plants that they may not encounter in their daily lives. In our garden, 20,000 live butterflies of 60 different species show flight. Butterflies come to our garden from countries such as Costa Rica, Kenya, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Colombia and Panama in special boxes during the pupa phase, which is the 3rd stage of butterfly life. The pupae that come to the garden are placed in special cabinets and complete the metamorphosis processes and show flight as butterflies. In the garden, 195 species of live plants accompany visitors during the trip with butterflies. In addition, many plant species that are only found in the garden are grown in Turkey. In order to make the living life better quality in the garden, plants with high oxygen production that can absorb harmful substances in the environment are preferred. The Insect Museum section consists of Butterfly Life Cycle, Insect Cinema, Butterfly Classification, Butterfly Behavior and Insect Village. Butterflies and other interesting insects found in this area are specially dried and exhibited.