The Butterfly Palace of Taipei Chenggong High School is a very large butterfly specimen exhibition hall in Taiwan， and also the largest museum of specimens in the world. The venue is rich in its collection of insects， including: butterflies， stag beetles， rhinoceros beetles， scarab beetles， moths and stick insects. There are also many model specimens， such as gynandromorph butterflies and mutant species. A total of 4，000 different species， 750 boxes and nearly 40，000 specimens were collected by the Butterfly Palace. These rich and precious insect specimens are open to the public to be shared by more people. The ecological conservation of butterflies and insects are also promoted. At present， group visits by appointment are available from Mon. to Fri. The venue is open to the general public on Saturdays. In addition， guided tours， fixed spot explanations by guides and related services are also provided. The Butterfly Palace offers teaching through vivid and lively activities to guide both adults and children into the mysterious world of insects.