You never know who you might meet at our Museum!
The Minnesota Iceman has been delayed in its transit to the International Cryptozoology Museum until late August 2015, due to severe health-related issues at the Museum of the Weird. We apologize for this unexpected news.
The Minnesota Iceman
But we have plenty to see. For example, artist Kim Parkhurst’s new Tatzelwurm is now on display.
The International Cryptozoology Museum™
11 Avon Street, Portland, Maine 04101
Director: Loren Coleman
Assistant Director: Jeff Meuse
Docent Coordinator: Jenny W. Coleman
The International Cryptozoology Museum™ is open, from 11 am to 3:30 pm, six days a week, including Monday Holidays. We are closed on Tuesdays.
Ours is the world’s only cryptozoology museum.
Visit our unique gem in the beautiful city of Portland, Maine, year-round.
Explore our rare one-of-a-kind exhibits with a visit soon.
We appeal to all ages*.
Conferences are fun. Here is a photo from the Ohio Bigfoot Conference 2015. Left to right: Bob Gimlin, Tom Page, Loren Coleman, and in the back, obtaining more items for the table, Jeff Meuse. Come to The International Cryptozoology Museum™ conference in Florida next January 2016: http://
Sign up for the conference (limited to 150 individuals), please click HERE.
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The vision of founder Loren Coleman comes alive…
Loren Coleman, Willow Creek, CA, 1975, with Jim McClarin’s redwood Bigfoot sculpture.
The mission of the museum is to share items cryptozoologically collected, since 1960, by Loren Coleman and gathered from other donators to his collection.
Our director, cryptozoologist Loren Coleman, author/co-author/contributor of over 100 books, is someone you’ve seen in Bigfoot and cryptozoology documentaries and reality television programs, since 1969. This museum is his legacy, and was founded in 2003. For more on the history of the Museum, click here.
Questions, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
*The fact that our collection can be enjoyed by adults and children equally was acknowledged by the International Cryptozoology Museum being picked as one of the top five “Kid-Friendly Museums” in New England by Yankee Magazine.
We were voted #1 by the Maine Sunday Telegram’s Readers Poll for the “Best of the Best Family Event Location.”
In 2014, the International Cryptozoology Museum was chosen by Time Magazine as one of the “Ten Weirdest Museums in the World.”
The Museum is routinely picked for the “best of” lists – internationally. Please click here to read of other awards we have won.
Want to be a part of the ICM’s team? Visit our volunteer page.