Glendale, Arizona

Katydid Insect Museum


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Katydid Insect Museum Featured in "Who's Who In Eccentric America" Book, the Katydid Museum is the only insect museum in the West providing a fun learning experience for the young and the young-at-heart, highlighting insects detrimental to our health and safety, and arthropods beneficial to our environment. The museum offers "Fun Facts" and "Interesting Information" about the most populous segment of our world.


Admission: Adults, $4; Seniors/Students, $3; Ages 7-11, $2; 3-6, $1; Under 3, Free.
Hours: Open Monday-Friday 11am-4:30pm.
Address: 5060 W. Bethany Home Road, #7
Phone: 623-931-8718
Our Email: N5D5A@aol.com
Our Website:www.insectmuseum.com

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