Insect World Exhibition, October 13 - 28, Antipa Museum
Tropical butterflies, giant beetles, "walking sticks" and many other species of live insects are waiting for you to admire them in an exhibition space unlike anything you've seen before.
The exhibition will make an incursion into the world of insects from around the world, in a way that will bring the audience closer to these beings who have begun to dominate our planet long before the dinosaurs.
Visitors will have the opportunity to see and learn new things about tropical butterflies, so special because of their impressive sizes and colors; they will understand the phenomenon of mimicry by admiring the insects that are confused with the branches or leaves of the host plants.
Exhibition organized by MNINGA in collaboration with Butterfly Trading and Univ. of West "Vasile Goldis" Arad.
Even though the exhibition is dedicated to live insects, they also host some guests, living invertebrates, such as giant myrtle and dreaded tarantula.
Most of the insects presented during the temporary exhibition "Insect World" come from the tropical area, from the lush jungle of Malaysia, South America or Africa.
The National Museum of Natural History "Grigore Antipa" is waiting for you with educational factsheets and riddles for the little ones, this exhibition wishing to be an informative one, familiarizing with the fascinating world of insects.
Rates: adults - 12 RON, children - 3 RON
Tuesday - Sunday between 10:00 and 20:00 (visitors are allowed until 19:00).
On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, between 10:00 and 18:00, visitors to the exhibition will be able to find information on the exposed species and will be able to ask questions to the organizer of the exhibition.
Tags Exhibition Children's museums