Philadelphia Insectarium and Butterfly Pavilion - Discounted Tickets

If you are looking for fun things to do “close” to Delaware County with kids who like bugs then the Philadelphia Insectarium and Butterfly Pavilion might be for you. It wouldn’t be for me because bugs freak me out. 

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This is a great activity to do over Presidents Day weekend. If you don’t mind a quick drive to the city, this activity will take one to two hours. 

As Philadelphia’s newest science museum, it showcases one of the most diverse living arthropod collections in the United States. With two floors of new museum exhibits, a 7,000 square foot tropical butterfly pavilion, and Next Generation aligned educational programming, they offer a unique and interactive experience for all to enjoy.

Museum Hours Tuesday – Sunday 10AM – 5PM

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Location:   8046 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia PA 19136

This event is appropriate for the whole family 

Cost:  $61 -$31

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