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  • This building in Kodiak has been made famous by J Stephen Conn by a photo that he took on July 6, 2010. This modern looking building complex houses shops and offices and appears quite pleasing to t...

  • Kodiak is home to the US Coast Guards base for workers, fire-fighters teachers and others. Base Support Unit Kodiak is the host command for a large shore installation of the United States Coast Gua...

  • The library is responsible for fulfilling the informational, recreational and cultural needs of the community. It has a collection of materials in a variety of formats. Two skid shacks adjacent to ...

  • This Center is the crossroads of conservation and education. Located in downtown Kodiak the Center is a year-round facility that aims to connect people with the special place that is Kodiak Nationa...

  • The Library provides free high-tech and traditional resources to the residents and visitors of Sitka. The public library serves the City and Borough of Sitka since March 20, 1923. It is now tax su...

  • The Hall is located on the Oceanfront in downtown Sitka. The 18,000 sq. ft. Civic, Convention, and Visitor Center is used to host events like conventions, symposiums, conferences, seminars, tradesh...

  • Also known as Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel, this cathedral of the Orthodox Church in America, Diocese of Alaska is located at Lincoln and Matsoutoff Streets in Sitka. It has been a Nation...

  • This building originally known as the "Russian Mission Orphanage" was constructed out of native spruce in 1842 by Finnish carpenters. It is one of only four surviving examples of Russian ...

  • The Ted Ferry Civic Center is a multi-purpose public facility intended to encourage a balance of uses to meet the economic, social, cultural, and convention needs of the Ketchikan community. It is ...

  • Located at 648 Mission Street locals call it the "Big Pink." The Ketchikan federal Building is a landmark site that was painted pink in the early 1990s. The six-story concrete structure w...

  • Located 9.6 miles northwest of Ketchikan, Guard Island Light is a lighthouse situated on a small island at the entrance to the Tongass Narrows in Clarence Strait. The 34-foot wooden tower housed a ...

  • Also known as the Gilmore Hotel and the Alaska Heritage Resource Survey Site KET-146. The building located across from the busy port features cruise ship docks and the bustling commercial waterfron...

  • Juneau has three public libraries, the Downtown Branch, Valley Branch & Douglas Island Branch. The Downtown Library has nice features that attract immediate attention near to the other downtown...

  • This is a professional theater company located on Douglas Island in Juneau, Alaska. It is Alaska`s only professional theater and is particularly dedicated to developing and working with Alaskan art...

  • Also known as Valentine`s Place, this building located at Front and Seward Street in downtown Juneau, was built in 1913 by jeweler and businessman Emery Valentine. As a pioneer he organized the Vol...

  • The Alaska State House is the state capitol of Alaska, located in Juneau on Main Street. It houses the Alaska Legislature, the offices for the governor of Alaska and lieutenant governor of Alaska. ...

  • The historic former US Courthouse, Post Office and Federal office building in Fairbanks was built in an Art Deco style in 1932 under the supervision of Department of Treasury by architect George N....

  • This library was also known as the former North Star Borough Library. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1978 since according to the National Park Service the log structure was the sit...

  • On Second Avenue in Fairbanks you will find the historic Lacy Street Theater build in 1936. It is now been converted into Fairbanks Ice Museum home to `The Coolest Show in Town`. The Lacey Street T...

  • Located in Pioneer Park the Alaska Civic Center is a year round community building offering facilities for parties, conventions, seminars, and meetings. On the top level of the Civic Center is the ...

  • Built during the ‘80s oil boom, PAC is a foremost performance house in Anchorage, Alaska. Enjoy fine art or watch films and concerts that get organized. The theatre has a 350-seat capacity an...

  • Visitors wandering the downtown areas in Anchorage will come across the Kimball Building that will let them soak in the history and local culture of the city. Be sure to check out the Kimball Building...
  • This building was constructed by an early civic leader A.J. Wendler in 1915. It is an award-winning building that has the only corner turret found in Anchorage. Each year the Iditarod Trail Sled Do...

  • The Egan Center offers over 45,000 square feet of configurable meeting, exhibit and function-space in the heart of downtown Anchorage. Versatile usage for meetings has Egan Center offering 22 funct...