Portland, Maine: International Cryptozoology Museum

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Address:
4 Thompson's Point Rd, Portland, ME
Directions:
West edge of the city. I-295 exit 5A onto Thompson's Point Rd, or exit 5 onto Fore River Pkwy, then left onto Thompson's Point Rd. Follow Thompson's Point Rd across the train tracks, to the end. Parking lot on the left. Look for the Bigfoot statue out front.
Hours:
Daily 11-6. Lab-Mem Day closed Tu Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Admission:
Adults $10.
RA Rates:
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International Cryptozoology Museum.

International Cryptozoology Museum
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Creature From The Black Lagoon.

International Cryptozoology Museum

The International Cryptozoology Museum added quite a few more exhibits, including one devoted to the movie Creature From The Black Lagoon and related reptilean creatures of Florida.

[Brooke Chesson-Riedel, 05/27/2020]

Bigfoot.

International Cryptozoology Museum

Lots of construction in the area. Easier to park on the main side and walk through the restaurant to get to the entrance.

[Gene S, 03/05/2020]

Bigfoot and Yeti.

International Cryptozoology Museum

All tips from before July 1, 2016, are invalid. We've moved to Thompson's Point, a spacious new entertainment venue with hundreds of parking spaces, on a peninsula sticking out into a river emptying into the Atlantic Ocean, at the edge of Portland. We've designed and built a new museum building just for us and you, our patrons!

[Loren Coleman, 05/02/2017]

Loren is an author and the visionary who created the museum. Its new location sounds as if it has excellent access to the sea -- handy if a Kraken surfaces nearby.


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