May Natural History Museum (Also known as the John May Museum Center)

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A complex of museums and exhibits located next to a rural RV park, featuring displays of over 7,000 different species of invertebrates, giant beetles, moths, butterflies, spiders, scorpions, and artifacts from - but not limited to -  tropical areas of the world, collected by the museum's founder, who amassed one of the largest private collections of this kind in the world during his lifetime. The Museum of Space Exploration, located in a trailer elsewhere on the grounds, features models, movies, and photographs from early flights to the latest space probes and space stations.

General Location: 
8 miles S of Colorado Springs
Linked URLs: 
https://coloradospringsbugmuseum.com/
http://www.maymuseum-camp-rvpark.com/
http://www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/the-worlds-weirdest-most-beautiful-bugs/
https://www.facebook.com/maybugmuseum/
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Keywords: 
Visitor's Center
Museum
Cultural
Location Data
Location: 
CO
United States
38° 42' 19.3932" N, 104° 50' 23.5752" W
Zoom Level: 
17
Old Data
Old Address: 
Colorado Springs, CO
Old Archive ID: 
CO3150
Old Category: 
Cultural
Source: 
imported
Private Notes: 
Located at 710 Rock Creek Canyon. From Colorado Springs, Hwy. 115 South 8 miles to entrance at Nevada Ave.