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Be among butterflies at Cumberland House.

fingerbutterfly - Be among butterflies at Cumberland House. [A FREE Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: 30-45 mins
You might think it would be full of stuffed animals and bones - and there are many of those. But, you can also meet Portsmouth's newest residents at the Cumberland House Natural History Museum, on the Eastern Parade in Southsea, where from delicately-woven pupae, butterflies are emerging to swarm around the museum's Butterfly House. Explore yourself from 10am to 5pm.
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