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Bigfoot Discovery Museum, Felton

(3.9/5 based on 50 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Santa Cruz is known for being weird wacky and wonderful. so, naturally there's a bigfoot museum here in the foothills of the mountains. Definitely , stop in, meet the folks and get involved! You'll be...  more »
  • Stopped by here to see what it was all about. Basically a museum focused on the history of Big Foot with a gift shop and various artifacts intending to prove Bigfoot's existence. It's free so that is ...  more »
  • a tiny place, maybe 200 square feet, but lots of interesting newspaper clippings and trivia; fun for kids  more »
Google
  • Very cool boutique museum! Mike is knowledgeable, experienced & friendly. Definitely worth the two-wheeled trip from LA county.
  • Very impressive, the amount of memorabilia, videos and history. It is fun, educational and entertaining. Fun products for sale. friendly knowledgeable staff, great family fun.
  • Very cool place to visit, the curator was very knowledgeable and provided lots of interesting information about the area.
  • I'm now a believer. Sure it's small but perfectly proportioned. A wealth of information and passion on Bigfoot. Go and don't forget to donate!
  • I wonder if the place I saw was perhaps ransacked before I got there. The reviews do not match up to what was presented. Two small rooms fit into a portacabin whose walls were plastered in newspaper clippings, photos and retelling of any event involving BigFoot...some involving monkeys and apes and have nothing to do with bigfoot. Some of the cabinets were empty where items had been stolen but not replaced. Nothing took its space except for dust and cobwebs. Very disappointing, nothing unique about this place, nothing to note, nothing worth coming for.