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  • EXPO: SAT., May 13TH

    9am - 3pm | IceoPlex at Southpointe
  • EXPO: SAT., May 13TH

    9am - 3pm | IceoPlex at Southpointe
  • EXPO: SAT., May 13TH

    9am - 3pm | IceoPlex at Southpointe
  • EXPO: SAT., May 13TH

    9am - 3pm | IceoPlex at Southpointe
  • EXPO: SAT., May 13TH

    9am - 3pm | IceoPlex at Southpointe
  • EXPO: SAT., May 13TH

    9am - 3pm | IceoPlex at Southpointe
  • Expo Pricing

    Admission prices are as follows:
    • Adults (11 years and older) $6
    • Children (3-11) $3
    • Children 2 and under Free
    • Parking is ALWAYS FREE!
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  • Expo Schedule

    At every Expo we present seminars on the natural history and care and feeding of reptiles and amphibians. Every Expo features different animals. We also have special events like photo opportunities with huge snakes and Bearded Dragon Races! Please click below to see the schedule for the next Expo. Schedule of Events at the Stage (Right Rear Corner of the Continue Reading...

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  • Benefits of Attending

    The Steel City Reptile Expo brings thousands of reptiles from dozens of top breeders to the IceoPlex at Southpointe six times a year. Join us to learn more about reptiles and amphibians through our live animal encounters, seminars, and Free reptile petting zoo. Our Expo is the best place to buy reptiles, amphibians, and all the supplies you need direct Continue Reading...

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Featured Video

We shot this commercial at the January 10th Steel City Reptile Expo
at the IceoPlex at Southpointe, just South of Pittsburgh, the new
location of our Reptile Show. Thank you to everyone who
participated! The Expo features 1000s of reptiles and amphibians
like Ball Pythons, Boa Constrictors, Corn Snakes, Turtles and
Tortoises, Bearded Dragons, Geckos, Lizards, and Frogs from
around the world. Please share this website and our commercial
with your family and friends to help spread the word about all the
changes we are making to the Steel City Reptile Expo!

10th of March 2017 09:27 AM Link
St Patrick Driving snakes the Steel City Reptile Expo! www.steelcityreptileexpo.com Tomorrow Saturday March 11 at the IceoPlex at Southpointe (Canonsburg). Here is some basic information:
If the IceoPlex parking lot is full, drive downhill on SouthPointe Blvd and turn left into the AUMA parking lot.
Hours 9-3
For stroller or handicapped access inquire at the front desk of the IceoPlex or call Tom at 412-418-8194. There is street level access to the Expo through the rear of the building.
Admission is $6 Adults, $3 Children under 10, under 2 Free. Food and Drinks available!
114 Southpointe Blvd Canonsburg, PA 15317
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