My Granddaughter Loved Eating Fried Bugs at the Insectarium

July 23rd 2019

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Jun 21 ~ Jun 27

The Activity we Experienced

What we chose to do

My Granddaughter Loved Eating Fried Bugs at the Insectarium

How did you discover this activity?

We found it while searching for discounted tickets.

When did you book your tour compared to the departure date?

We booked the tickets on the previous day.

Why did you choose this activity?

Our 10-year-old grandaughter was visiting us from Georgia.

How did you get to the activity location?

We drove from our home, which is 39 minutes from downtown. We parked at Canal Place, which is close to both the Aquarium and Insectarium. Plus you can validate your parking ticket for $5 off (unless you go over 6 hours then you pay regular prices).

What was your experience with the activity’s staff?

Everyone at the sites were helpful and nice.

Highlights or memories you and your group will take from the trip?

It was a great experience for our granddaughter Lydia. She loved the Insectarium. She couldn’t wait to eat bugs! And loved the fried dragonflies.

The Aquarium was very crowded, but still wonderful as always. The movie we saw was Hidden Pacific, which we would highly recommend. It’s 40 minutes and very cool!

The zoo has wonderful family activities. The Insectarium was a first for us, and it was also wonderful.

Would you recommend this activity to another group like yours? Why or why not?

I would recommend all of the activities to families and adults alike. These are high quality attractions with a wealth of information and fun.

It’s really important that you know the Insectarium is in a federal building, and you go thru a screening to enter the building.

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