Museum Overview

The International Cryptozoology Museum is open all Memorial Day weekend. Come meet Loren Coleman on Friday, May 27, 2016. Buy his books, get them autographed. Bring your already purchased books to get them signed, with admission to the Museum.

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Loren Coleman on Finding Bigfoot, January 2016.

Latest article: New York Post, May 24, 2016.

Australian media: May 25, 2016.

WE ARE MOVING…IN STAGES.

Coming this summer, our partial re-location to our new Thompson’s Point museum begins on July 1, 2016, with our permanent move there complete in September.

We will be in both locations throughout July and August of 2016. Get in one location, and in the next 48 hours, visit the other one FREE. Two museums for the price of one in July and August.

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(The 800 pound Bigfoot with 6 ft Pennsylvania chainsaw artist Snuffy Destefano.)

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(Logo design by Austin, Texas’ Duncan Hopkins)

Exciting news is on the horizon.

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(Thanks, in large part, to a generous grant from the Efroymson Family Fund.)

Donate to our moving fund, today. Or volunteer to assist as an intern for the summer! Contact us here.

 Click HERE for a quick way to give a few dollars, whatever you can afford.

Thank you.

Open six days a week. 11 AM to 4 PM, with doors locked at 3:30 PM. No admissions during last 30 minutes.

We are closed on Tuesdays.

Admission:

Adults: $10 per person

Seniors 65+:  $8 per person

Children 12 & under: $5 per child.

Babies (18 months or younger) in carriers or your arms are free, as long as they do not crawl or walk around.

 The International Cryptozoology Museum™

11 Avon Street, Portland, Maine 04101

Director: Loren Coleman

Assistant Director: Jeff Meuse

Museum Staff Member: Jean Tewksbury.

Volunteer/Board Member: Jenny W. Coleman

Docent: Dan Knight.

And you?

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We are open year-round.

Plan your day accordingly, and come midday to visit our unique gem in the beautiful city of Portland, Maine. Doors close promptly at 30 minutes before closing time.

Ours is the world’s only cryptozoology museum.

Explore our rare one-of-a-kind exhibits with a visit soon.

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Do not be upset by the construction of the 7-story condo building next to our location. We are still open on the hours noted. Try on-street parking. Paid parking is found at the High Street Parking lot next to the Westin Portland Harbourview, only a half-block away. 

We are moving to Thompson’s Point in Portland, Maine, to open that site on July 1, 2016. We will have 50+ parking spaces directly outside our new museum, in an exciting entertainment complex with 750 parking spaces.

No restrooms at Avon Street. Restrooms at Thompson’s Point.

We appeal to all ages*.

WANT TO OBTAIN SOMETHING FROM OUR GIFT STORE RIGHT NOW, BUT THE MUSEUM IS TOO FAR AWAY – OR IT IS CLOSED?
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VISIT OUR ONLINE SHOP HERE

We are a 501(c)3, nonprofit. We need your assistance to survive.

Please consider a donation.

Want into the Museum free, wish to join our dynamic team on future adventures, receive our future Journal, receive discounts on the in-museum & online gift stores immediately, get discounted admissions to our annual conferences?

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Join the International Cryptozoology Society!

Pick your level of membership: Student, Annual, Lifetime, Benefactor.

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Questions, email: executives@cryptozoologymuseum.com

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In 2014, the International Cryptozoology Museum was chosen by Time Magazine as one of the “Ten Weirdest Museums in the World.” In 2015, the Indian Times selected us as their #1 choice of “The Most Unusual Museums in the World You Will Want to Visit.” In 2016, we will be featured in Outside Magazine, Mysteries at the Museum, and elsewhere. See more here.

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See our unique exhibits.

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Last updated on 5/25/2016 by Loren Coleman.

All Photos: © International Cryptozoology Museum™