Where can I see a Venus flytrap in the wild?

Venus flytraps are only native to North and South Carolina in the United States. If you find Wilmington, North Carolina on a map and draw a 100-mile circle around the city, that is the original range for the Venus flytrap. The best places in that area to see wild Venus flytraps are:

1) The Green Swamp
2) Stanley Rehder Carnivorous Plant Garden in Wilmington, North Carolina
3) Croatan National Forest

The Venus flytrap has been introduced to many other places in the world, so you may be able to see Venus flytraps growing in the wild near you, but to see the Dionaea muscipula in its original, natural habitat, you must journey to the Carolinas.