MEGABUGS! Adventure Encounters coming to Stone Mountain Park this Spring

Although Spring has not officially begun, there’s a buzz in the air at Stone Mountain Park with the addition of 70 new exhibits of larger-than-life insects. New in 2019, MEGABUGS! Adventure Encounters is an immersive and interactive area for “bugologists” of any age to explore.  If you are looking for a great attraction to visit during 2019, this is it!  It is perfect for kids and adults!

megabugs stone mountain park

MEGABUGS! brings park visitors face-to-face with bugs in a way that kids could only dream about!  Imagine their excitement when they come face to face with a 15-foot emperor dragonfly, a 26-foot Madagascar hissing cockroach, a 50-foot Madagascan fire millipede, honey bees, butterflies, ladybugs and many other species. Children and adults can work together to explore and identify 70 different species, many featuring the individual sounds and movements that make these insects unique members of the animal kingdom. Visitors are invited to crawl like a spider, fly like a bee and dig like an ant as they interact with colossal crawlers along winding paths.

Megabugs Stone Mountain Park

Megabugs Stone Mountain Park

Included with an All-Attractions Pass or Mountain Membership, MEGABUGS! will remain at Stone Mountain Park for a limited engagement through the 2019 season. Ticket discounts and parking can be found online at stonemountainpark.com.

The new attraction debuts during Spring MEGA FUN Break from March 30 to April 7. The weeklong event also features the seasonal return of popular attractions and entertainment including SkyHike, Geyser Towers, Summit Skyride, Scenic Railroad, 4D Theater, and the Lasershow Spectacular in Mountainvision. Guests will also enjoy high-energy performances from the Olate Dogs—season 7 winners of America’s Got Talent.

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