When you walk through the doors of this Old Town museum and shop, you may find yourself warily glancing behind the door. But ... More
American International Rattlesnake Museum
When you walk through the doors of this Old Town museum and shop, you may find yourself warily glancing behind the door. But there are no snakes slithering about the store, their crawl space is in the back room where you will find the most complete collection of live rattlesnake species in the world. Once you have toured the museum, return to the gift shop where rattlesnake memorabilia is the hiss. Just try and get through the front door without buying a Rattlesnake Museum logo T-shirt.
Reviews for American International Rattlesnake Museum: 4
By A Yahoo! Contributor, 5/18/10
Had an awesome time! Lots of cool snakes on display... much better than the zoo. Very educational with fun facts to read & videos to watch. Highly recommended to anyone on vacation or just looking for a new place to check out. Your kids will love it..... mine did!
We heard about this on the late show with craig ferguson and were expecting a 'roadside attraction' kind of thing. It turned out to be one of the highlights of our trip. Although it mainly focused on reptiles, it was cleaner and better presented than most zoos we've been to. We ended up spending almost two hours there.
we had our family reunion in albuq
and we had over 50 people.
first it was small. we had to wait outside to
pay. it was not worth what we paid even with the
student rate. the price was different then the internet states.
they have false advertising. the movie didnt
work the girl stated it hadnt work for months. that the internet site hadnt been
updated in years.
dont waste your money GO SOME WHERE AND EAT SOME GOOD MEXICAN FOOD.
I heard about this place on the Late, Late Show with TV's Craig Ferguson (sp?) I thought it'd be a quirky thing to do while in Albuquerque, kind of like going to the wax museum. After trying for several days, I finally talked my wife into going. It wasn't quirky at all. According to my wife, "it was tastefully done". We are both glad we went as it was quite educational and fascinating at the same time. I like the idea of being able to stare at a snake without the fight or flight sydrome kicking in. In addition to the snakes, they have all sorts of desert creepy crawlies, ie; Scorpians, Gila Monsters, Horned Lizards, Tarantulas etc. This is a must see for desert campers so they can tell whether they need to panic or not after being bitten by something in their sleeping bag. Incidently, since the overview of the business was written, the admission price has doubled to $4 for adults...but still worth it.
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