Santa Fe, New Mexico: Harrel House Bug Museum

Thousands of bug specimens and some live animals, too. Inside a shopping mall.
Address:
542 N. Guadalupe St., Santa Fe, NM
Directions:
In the De Vargas Center shopping mall, one block east of US-84, at the intersection of NM-475/Paseo De Peralta and N. Guadalupe St.
Hours:
M-Sa 10-6, Su 12-5 (Call to verify)
Phone:
505-695-8569
Admission:
Adults $8.
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Harrel House Bug Museum

A bug (and other creepy crawlies) museum shares a storefront with an art store inside a shopping mall in Santa Fe. There are thousands of bug specimens, and some live animals, too.

[caitlin, 05/28/2019]

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