Took the tram car down to the end of the boardwalk only to find the Insectarium gone. The hissing cockroach has passed on. Nothing to see here.
We just happened to find the Wildwood Insectarium while walking on the boardwalk. The kids wanted to go in and check it out, so we thought since it was something different to do, why not. I believe our tour guides name was Phillip. He was wonderful. He knew so much about each of the exhibits and was able to answer... More
Went with my daughter's family on a rainy day. My 10 year old grandson loved this place! And I think the adults learned a thing or two as well. The young man who led us through the exhibits was very knowledgeable. Would go back again!
At first I was a bit hesitant due to the price and size of the place. We still went ahead with it. It was a great experience. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable, a biology major, she explained in detail about every species and answer all of the questions that we asked. My children handle some of the spiders, lizards,... More
Our boys, ages 10 and 6, loved this place. Our tour guy was great answering the many questions that the kids asked. The kids loved being able to touch the bugs. The boys' favorite bug was the blue beetle that "played dead when touched". I would go back again.
I liked the Boardwalk and the Water Park on the Boardwalk as well as diamond beach with dolphins swimming nearby
When I went to the WildWood insectarium I was very thrilled to go in. I looked at all the bugs and a very kind tourguid told us facts about the bugs. I got to hold two awesome lizards and got a free dead Bess Beatle but when I got home it's head came off ( I got a little grossed... More
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