MACON, Ga. — All things creepy and crawly made their way to the Museum of Arts and Sciences on Saturday in Macon.
To celebrate National Insect Week, the museum brought in bugs that crawl and fly and even ones people could eat for their annual Bug Day.
But no matter if you sampled the insects or not, the event united new experiences and fun with bugs with education.
Raymond Foster displayed his bees at the event and says it's an opportunity to teach people more about the bugs around us.
"It's great to show children and adults too that insects aren't something to be scared of or to hate, in fact there are some insects that are helpful to us like the honey bee. It's the only insect that makes something we eat," Foster said.
The event ran from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For a list of upcoming summer events at the Museum of Arts and Sciences, you can click here to go to their website.