Lame to begin with, stayed longer than anyone would have guessed.Photos with tarantulas on your shoulder.
Yeah its my parents business now but we don't own the building its a tasteing room now called the alpine olive tree
This place has closed down! From what i understand, it used to be decent but it is no longer there.
Mr. Ziti gave me such a great deal of knowledge and detail about not only the beauty of such creatures but also scientific and medical benefits they possess and I can honestly say that I walked out with such a respect for arachnids that now I am allowing my husband to get us one as a family pet!
My son didn't want to leave! He was able to hold a tarantula and a bearded dragon. The staff was very knowledgeable, helpful and super friendly. They had different species of tarantulas. They had lizards and a beautiful albino python. It was reasonably priced and well worth our time.
Took my two teenage sons here and enjoyed it. Very small but fascinating with many varieties of tarantulas, scorpions, iguanas, a python, and the like. Worth the price of admission. An interesting way to kill time and avoid yet another gift shop.
My boys liked the place and it was pleasant smelling inside despite all the reptiles. Yes, they will take your picture with a tarantula, but for a fee of $10 and up on top of your admission fee. Too expensive. No restrooms either.
We visited Live tarantulas Museum last weekend and we were pleasantly surprised what a big collection of tarantulas they have at one place. We have never seen such big spiders and we didn't even know they can be so beautiful. The owners are very knowledgeable and can answer all the questions. The place is amazingly designed [bamboo design], clean and... More
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