World Of Wings

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1775 Windsor Rd., Teaneck, NJ 07666 1775 Windsor Rd., Teaneck Directions
Today 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Open All Hours
+12018334650
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When you're ready to take on your next adventure, head to Teaneck's World Of Wings, NJ for some fun. As you can see, this place is the place to be this weekend.

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  • Hours
    Sun-Mon
    10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    Tue-Wed
    Closed
    Thu-Sat
    10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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Report | 9 days ago
It closed before I got to go.
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Report | 4 months ago
Very cool interesting place the decor was really drab and needed a total update and revamp.. the cafeteria was also not good but was extremely expensive.. what those things lacked they made up for with tons of unexpected animals and a bunch of other cool things for the kids and adults to do.. around every corner was something to do.. I brought my 14 month old and she had a blast.we'll be back soon
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Report | 7 months ago
Needs to be modernized.
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Report | 7 months ago
So much to see and do!!
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Report | 8 months ago
my kiddo had a great time.
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Report | 8 months ago
World Of Wings is a great, interactive, multi-activity place to take your child. So much to do, see, and explore! Very worthwhile and my child loves it! ; )
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Report | 8 months ago
The entire place is wonderful! Even for the adults. I am fascinated by butterflies and I could spend hours inside the atrium. There are so many things of interest at World of Wings. Took the grandkids last year and they asked to go again this year which we did. Stayed until closing. The cafeteria has good food and it is a great place to unwind.
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Report | 9 months ago
Great place to take children to learn about insects and butterflies, they even have a pretty great reptilian exhibit. Better for younger kids
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Report | 9 months ago
The name of this is misleading. There is one room that is very cool with live butterflies flying around. The rest of it is weird rooms that don't go together for example an indoor playground and bounce house. And then there is another exhibit with wizards. It was entertaining but don't think I'll return.
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Report | 9 months ago
Live animals including snakes, lizards and butterflies. There were also rooms for playing like bubble making, bounce house, wall climbing. Good for ages 3-9. They close down most of the kids rooms at 5:40pm so they aren't really open until 6pm. Makes it hard to get a full visit after work day. Overall good visit.
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World of Wings strives to teach children the value of life and introduce them to the wonders of the natural world through its butterfly atrium and museum. Paths wind through an oasis of waterfalls, tropical plants, chirping birds, and nectar flowers, which provide food for the hundreds of Lepidoptera fluttering inside the glass enclosure. Knowledgeable staffers are on-hand to explain to visitors why butterflies exhibit certain behaviors, such as puddling (butterflies drink from muddy puddles when they need minerals and there's no San Pellegrino around).

In the museum, guests can visit with amphibians and reptiles, observe the process of preserving delicate insects, and peek in the butterfly nursery. Staffers move winged beauties from the nursery into the atrium once a day, letting new butterflies experience their first flight in full view of visitors. For fun with slightly less science, kids can scale a climbing wall, go nuts in a bounce room, visit the ocean-like bubble room, and have their eyes tricked in the illusion room.

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Sun-Mon
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tue-Wed
Closed
Thu-Sat
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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