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 giftshop!
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 (August 16, 2019): 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 (Labor Day weekend 2019): 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
- $8.00 Adults
- $6.00 Children (5-12)
- Free for Children under 5
- Free for Active Military with ID
CONTACT & VISIT
- Address: 1934 Highway 515 S, Blue Ridge, Georgia
- GPS: 34.802129″N, -84.376105″W
- Phone: +1 (706) 946-2601
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Web: expeditionbigfoot.com
SOCIAL MEDIA & REVIEWS
- FACEBOOK: @1EXPEDITIONBIGFOOT (rated 4.9) 575+ reviews, 23.5k likes
- INSTAGRAM: @expeditionbigfootblueridge (900+ followers)
- TripAdvisor: rated 4.5 (125+ reviews)
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!
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?