I took my oldest and dearest friend here when she came to visit from out of town in April. We thought it was lovely even though the gardens were not in bloom yet and under construction. My daughter and I had a silly fun time at the insect zoo.
Small enough to see all in about 30 mins but large enough to generate questions. If you are a bug person, this is for you. If you are on the fence about bugs but like to learn things, this is also for you. If you are not a fan of bugs at all, then wait outside. :)
What a fantastic, fun place to take the kids or kids at heart! Very interesting place with lots of creepy crawlers. You can also dress up like insects! They have a few insects you can actually pet! Spiders, snakes and great learning information. A true gem hidden on the campus. You should also visit the KSU gardens located around the... 更多
This small museum holds a wide variety of living species within a few groups of insects AND arachnids. There are even a few that can be held or petted with the help of a docent. Displays are pretty good. Price is right ($2)! Given the incredible diversity of species in Insecta, I hope they will continue to broaden the representative... 更多
Interesting place to spend some time. Good for bringing the kids. Low cost, has a lot of bugs, and a beehive you can see in action.
We took a 10-year-old and 7-year-old and discovered that the exhibits are educational and entertaining for both adults and kids. We even saw toddlers fascinated with the insects. The dozens of glass-front exhibits are clearly labeled with the name of the insects, however they’re not bogged down with scientific nomenclature. Our favorites were the giant walking sticks, glow-in-the-dark insects and... 更多
A great place for kids or anyone interested in insects. From giant cockroaches to various other exotic insects. I haven't seen anything else quite like it.