Expedition: Bigfoot in the Georgia Mountains

For a completely unique Georgia mountains experience, look no further than Expedition: Bigfoot! and The Sasquatch Museum.

Billed as North Georgia’s “biggest” family attraction, this is also the world’s largest Bigfoot museum, with over 4,500 square feet of self-guided exhibits. You’ll find footprint casts, interactive exhibits, a Bigfoot research & tech vehicle, a theater, and (of course) a gift shop!

Expedition Bigfoot and The Sasquatch Museum in Georgia Mountains

Expedition Bigfoot and The Sasquatch Museum in Georgia Mountains

The exhibit is open daily during the Summer months but call in advance for hours during other times of the year.

 

Explore Expedition: Bigfoot and American Folklore

In addition to the permanent exhibits, the museum also hosts special events with Bigfoot experts and enthusiasts including:

  • Bob Gimlin: the man who was there when the most famous Bigfoot was filmed. Meet the man himself who will tell you it was not “a man in a suit”!
  • David Paulides: author of the book series Missing 411, and creator of two documentary films (of the same name)


EXPEDITION: BIGFOOT HOURS (Summer)

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (last admission at 4:30pm)
  • Closed Easter & Christmas

 

COST

  • $8.00 Adults
  • $6.00 Children (5-12)
  • Free for Children under 5
  • Free for Active Military with ID
Bigfoot Attraction Entrance in Georgia Mountains

Bigfoot Attraction Entrance in Georgia Mountains

Contact and Visit Expedition Bigfoot

  • Phone: +1 (706) 946-2601
  • Address: 1934 Highway 515 S, Blue Ridge, Georgia
  • GPS: 34.802129″N, -84.376105″W
  • Email: expeditionbigfootblueridge@gmail.com
  • Web: expeditionbigfoot.com

 

Expedition Bigfoot Reviews and Social Media

Learn more before your trip on the Bigfoot Wiki, the I’ve Seen Bigfoot movie (free streaming with Amazon Prime), or one of the David Paulides books, and make sure you get the most out of your visit!

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Do you know a Bigfoot enthusiast who would enjoy some fun Bigfoot-themed items? Check out these great Bigfoot gifts available on Amazon:



After your visit to Expedition: Bigfoot and The Sasquatch Museum, you may have a new appreciation for outdoor activities in the Georgia mountains including hiking, camping, rafting, and tubing! Who knows what you will see?

6 Responses

  1. Henderson says:

    In addition to all the goodies that abide in the Georgian mountains, there’s also a museum about big foot with exhibits? Wow, I don’t think there’s anything that beats this. Being able to meet men who can actually tell the story is totally awesome. The price for the museum doesn’t seem all that bad seeing all the goodies that one will encounter. Its totally awesome and I’m eager to see it. Thanks for informing me once again

  2. Henry says:

    This would make a fun day out with all the family. I like the prices are really affordable and what’s even better is that kids under 5 go in free. 

    I have found the stories surrounding Bigfoot interesting and although I believe they’re a combination between folklore and misidentification, nonetheless they’re interesting to listen.

    • Alyce says:

      I agree that it’s an interesting topic… seems like we would have found hard evidence of one by now, but maybe they just know how to outsmart most people. 😉

  3. James Cavendish says:

    I have just found this post on Bigfoot in the Georgia Mountains, I find this topic really interesting, I have read many books about the subject and seen many documentaries about it, is it fact or fiction is the big question being asked? Personally I believe in Bigfoot and that there must be something in it.

    There have been many sightings so to find that there is an exhibition on the subject is great news for me. I will be saving your post and sending it on to other colleagues I know who would be interested to know this too, thanks for sharing

    James

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