The World’s Single-Largest Private Insect Collection Is Located Right Here In Colorado

Are you fascinated by insects, or do bugs bug you? If you can appreciate the beauty of a butterfly and the stunning size of a giant beetle, you need to visit the May Natural History Museum in Colorado Springs. With more than 8,000 insect specimens, you’re certain to be intrigued by several.

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Have you visited the May Natural History Museum? We’d love to hear about your visit!

To learn more about the museum, visit its website, and make sure to check out its Facebook page, where you’ll see even more fascinating insect photos.

Address: 710 Rock Creek Canyon Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80926, USA