F.A.Q. about the Flatwoods Monster Museum
What are your hours?
The Flatwoods Monster Museum is open 7 days a week. 9AM to 5PM on weekdays and 10AM to 4PM on weekends. We do occasionally break for lunch.
Do you close for holidays?
Yes, but not very many. The Flatwoods Monster Museum closes for Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year’s Day, Easter, and Thanksgiving.
Where are you located?
The Flatwoods Monster Museum is located at 208 Main Street, in Sutton, West Virginia.
If I use a GPS to get there, will I get lost?
Possibly. For some unknown reason, in the town of Sutton, there is a Main Street, and a North Main Street. North Main is in no way connected to Main Street. It is a completely separate street in a residential area of town. Sometimes GPS’ will take you to 208 North Main, which is a private residence. In a nut shell… If you are traveling into Downtown Sutton, and your GPS tells you to turn left, don’t do it. Stay on the road you’re on and the museum will be in the next block to the right. You can’t miss it.
How much is admission?
Do you sell souvenirs?
Yes! The Flatwoods Monster Museum sells a wide variety of items, such as: Shirts, Hats, Stickers, Books, and much, much more!
Do you ship items or offer online sales?
No, the Flatwoods Monster Museum does not offer online sales or shipping services.
What is the parking situation like?
Street parking is available. There are parking meters though. $.25 will get you an hour at the meter. Parking fines are $2 if caught. Luckily, they can be paid right down the street. Once paid it will be like it never happened. There is also free parking in the lot beside the Elk Theatre just a block up the street from the Flatwoods Monster Museum.
Do you have public restrooms?
The museum does not have public restrooms. The nearest public restrooms are located at the Walgreens just up main street.
Can I expect a historical reenactment or story teller to entertain me when I arrive?
No. The museum has a very limited staff, typically with only one person working at a time. Staff members typically have a wide array of duties and they are also not trained actors or public speakers. The good thing is, between all the displays, the video monitor that plays a constant rotation of videos and informational brochures, everything you need to know is hear. Plus, it’s free.