Oh, in case the pictures don’t show how big the bugs are…
At another side, there is a table where kids can colour bug-shaped styrofoam, but it is not a free activity. 2 pieces of styrofoam cost $5.
Generally, the exhibition is interesting and educational (hey, it’s the Science Centre right). But the exhibition is of a smaller scale than I had expected. The exhibition hall is not very big, which made me feel like the $20 adult and $15 child ticket price is too expensive.
Plus, most of the displays are common bugs we see, like flies, spiders, butterflies, beetles and cockroaches. I guess I was expecting bugs out of the ordinary.
So, my feel of this exhibition is – educational, certainly, but kinda expensive.
Unless you are really into bugs and read every single information display in the hall.