The Krohn Conservatory's 13th annual butterfly show opened Saturday in Eden Park.
The show is Krohn's biggest yearly attraction and is expected to draw up to 70, 000 people.
This year's show is called "The Silk Road.
It has butterflies, art and decorations from China to mark Cincinnati's 20 year relationship with sister city Liuzhou.
Part of the show will be outside the Conservatory in a tent, for the first time. Visitors enjoy taking pictures of butterflies landing on children's heads, noses, and ears.
Show manager say up to a thousand newly hatched butterlfies are released into the show every day.