The museum’s latest exhibit, showcases an array of scaly creatures, including deadly snakes, colorful lizards, unusual turtles and crocodiles from all over the planet.
Visitors will have the chance to get up close and personal with these cold-blooded animals, and the engaging displays are intended to create a better understanding of how reptiles fit into the global ecosystem. Interactive elements like croc-speaking lessons, turtle trivia and viper “milking” will help hammer home the message.
A slew of special events are planned for opening weekend, which is this weekend, October 3 and 4, including informative lectures, craft-making activities and hands-on lessons.
Access to this exhibit costs $5 for nonmembers of the museum, $3 for individual and family members and is free for family plus-level members and above. Admission is $22.95 for non-member adults and $18.95 for non-member children.
Reptiles: The Beautiful and the Deadly at ANSP
Cost: $5, nonmembers of the museum; $3, individual and family members; free for family plus-level members; $22.95, non-member adults, $18.95, non-member children