Harrison Hot Springs has a new attraction!  Visit our Sasquatch Museum and dare to believe.


Let our museum lead you through compelling artifacts, history, witness accounts, science, lore, and myths.

Watch the Patterson-Gimlin amateur movie clip that captured all the world’s attention.   See the casts that were taken that day and understand why science cannot say with certainty that it was a hoax.  Question everything but don’t dismiss the possibilities until you’ve explored our collection.

The history of the Sasquatch with both First Nations and settlers is part of what makes it so unique.  As the anglicized pronunciation the Sts’ailes word, Sa:sq’ets, the Sasquatch is the “primary caretaker who watches over the land” and is integral to the Sts’ailes people.

The mystery of “Bigfoot” has led thousands to search for signs of the Ape-like beast, including Late Canadian journalist John Green.  Green conducted interviews, did extensive research into and dedicated much of his professional life to documenting and finding the elusive creature.  Question everything but don’t dismiss the possibilities until you’ve explored our collection.

The Sasquatch Museum is located at the Harrison Visitor Information Center at the corner of Hot Springs Road and Walnut.  Hours vary by season and the Sasquatch Museum will be open during Visitor Center Hours.

Visitor's Guide