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Our combination of thousands of gorgeous live butterflies, Native American history and spectacular natural beauty will make your event at Euchee Butterfly Farm unique and unforgettable.


Our amenities include:

  • 2400 square feet of indoor event space with tables and chairs.

  • Outdoor event space to accommodate up to 300 people.

  • Outdoor walk-through butterfly aviary with native plant landscaping and over 1000 live butterflies (open May through October). 

  • Indoor walk-through tropical butterfly aviary with vaulted 18-foot ceiling, palm trees and over 500 live butterflies (open year-round).

  • Rare 12-acre magnificent native prairie -- the last true original prairie remnant in Tulsa County.

  • 1.6 miles of mowed walking trails. 

  • Beautiful Amish-crafted 18 foot wooden event gazebo with pagoda roof.

  • Huge handcrafted stone fire ring made from sandstone harvested onsite.

  • 40' x 80' outdoor event tent with detachable clear sidewalls.

Event rate packages starting at just $99!

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Nestled between the sandy shores of the Arkansas River and the wild backwoods of Concharty Mountain, lies the Euchee Butterfly Farm. This land was originally deeded to Neosho Parthenia Brown, a 16-year woman of Euchee and Creek descent, by the United States Government in 1899 as a part of the dissolution of Indian Territory, now called Oklahoma, where her people had made their home since forced relocation during the 1830s from their traditional homelands in Alabama and Georgia.


Today, under the direction of Neosho’s great-granddaughter, this land is being used to create economic self-sufficiency for Muscogee (Creek) citizens and other Native people through butterfly farming.  Help to support our mission by choosing us for your next special event!  Our beautiful 160-acre site in south Tulsa County with thousands of live butterflies will create an unforgettable experience for your guests.




Conservation.  Cultural preservation.  Sustainability.  These are the three core values that the Euchee Butterfly Farm was founded on.  

All butterflies at the Euchee Butterfly Farm are raised by the Natives Raising Natives Project, which provides tribal members from the Muscogee (Creek) Nation with the necessary training, supplies and technical support to become butterfly farmers. 


The Natives Raising Natives Project has three goals: 

  • Create sustainable economic development for Native people in rural Oklahoma

  • Provide a hands-on science learning opportunity for Native youth

  • Raise awareness of the need to conserve ecosystems of native butterflies and other threatened pollinators.


For more details about our work supporting monarch conservation, youth education and habitat restoration on tribal land and to find out how you can help, please go to the website of our sister nonprofit organization, The Learning Center at the Euchee Butterfly Farm.


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