INTERNATIONAL
CRYPTOZOOLOGY MUSEUM

The World's Only Cryptozoology Museum

    

Located in Portland, Maine.

COVID-19 visitation restrictions apply.

Explore the Unknown

    

Cryptozoology is the study of hidden or unknown animals, and you have discovered the world’s only cryptozoology museum.

Visit our CryptoStore to obtain a rare souvenir.

We have a wide range of exhibitions from rare, one-of-a-kind scientific, zoological specimens to popular cultural homages to the relevant anthropological and psychological acknowledgements of the sightings and folk traditions to be found within hominology and cryptozoology. As part of our scientific and education mission, we preserve native art and contemporary souvenirs.

Your admissions, donations and gift store purchases keep us open.


Hours & Guidelines

2021

Open Seven Days A Week

2022

New Year’s Hours

Closed December 31, 2021. 

Closed January 1, 11, and 26; February 8 and 16; March 8 and 16, 2022. 

Plus we will be closed on Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve Day, and Christmas in 2022.

All other holidays, vacations, all Mondays, we will be open in 2022.

Sunday 10 am – 4 pm
Monday 11 am – 4 pm
Tuesday 11 am – 4 pm
Wednesday 11 am – 5 pm
Thursday 11 am – 5 pm
Friday 10 am – 5 pm
Saturday 10 am – 5 pm

Admission

Adults, $10, for 13+
Children, $5, for 12 & below
Babies, Free (in arms/strollers)

Our Exhibits

    

Founded in 2003, The International Cryptozoology Museum has a collection of thousands of items for you to see. We appeal to all ages and are a family-friendly museum. In 2016, we relocated from downtown Portland, Maine, to Thompson’s Point. Our two-story museum is curated with a wide variety of cryptozoological specimens, oddities, artifacts, and novelty items surrounding the study of unknown creatures. Continuing in 2021 is our Sasquatch Revealed Exhibit.

 

Exhibitions

Get Involved

    

Like cryptozoology? You’re going to love the International Cryptozoology Museum.

You can get involved with our non-profit organization in a number of different ways. Visit our donation section to learn about donating money, artifacts, or other items you believe would help our museum. You can also check out our store. Proceeds go towards keeping the museum running. Looking to get hands-on? We take on interns and have other programs where you may be able to lend a hand.