Katydid Insect Museum is located at 5060 W Bethany Home Road Suite 4 in Glendale, Arizona. The facility houses thousands of specimens of insects that are in labeled display cases. There are also snakes, spiders and lizards to allow the museum to cover a wide range of species allowing for a complete look at the world around us.
The museum is open from eleven in the morning until four thirty in the afternoon Monday through Friday. The cost of admission to the Katydid Museum is $4 for adults, $3 for students/seniors, $2 for those aged seven to eleven and $1 for those aged three to six. The facility allows those aged three and below in free of charge.
The Katydid Insect Museum strives to provide a learning environment that is enjoyable to everyone. The facility highlights insects that can be harmful to safety and health in addition to arthropods that can benefit the environment. There is interesting information and fun facts about the insect world as well.
Anyone with an interest in insect should make it a point to visit the museum. Additional information about the exhibits or the facility in general can be obtained by contacting the Katydid Insect Museum directly.