Insectropolis

Insectropolis
Insectropolis is a unique insect learning center that educates visitors of all ages and have fun at the same time. Set within the architecture of a bug-themed city, our creative exhibits entertain guests while they learn about these fascinating creatures. Whether you are a bug enthusiast or just a curious visitor, Insectropolis has over a dozen exhibit areas that are sure to educate and entertain. Your visit isn’t complete without experiencing a presentation, where visitors get a chance to touch a hissing cockroach, large millipede, emperor scorpion, and even a tarantula. Insectropolis will motivate visitors to discover the little known lives of insects and foster a greater appreciation for insects and their place in our world. Open Year Round Tuesday – Saturday 10am-3pm Admission $10 per visitor (2 and under – free)
Insectropolis will motivate visitors to discover the little-known lives of insects and foster a greater appreciation for bugs and their place in our world. While you are here, you will experience a friendly, knowledgeable staff dedicated to making your visit as pleasant as possible.

There is plenty to see and do here! Set within the architecture of a bug-themed city, our creative displays entertain guests as they learn about these fascinating creatures.

View thousands of beautiful and bizarre exotic insects from all over the world. Play bug games on our touch-screen computers. Pretend you are a termite as you crawl through our mud tube. Safely get up close to our observation hive and see our busy bees. Or spy on our many other live insects. Of course, your visit is not complete unless you sit in on a touch presentation! Touch presentation occur daily.  Touch a live tarantula, millipede, and a hissing cockroach before you leave. Whether you are a bug enthusiast or just a curious visitor, Insectropolis has over a dozen exhibit areas that are sure to educate and entertain.
1761 U.S. 9, Toms River, NJ 08755, USA
1761 U.S. 9, Toms River, NJ 08755, USA
Category: Attractions
Tags: indoor activities, Insects, museum