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Museums

  • Situated in the Ready Ammunition bunker at Miller Point in Fort Abercrombie, this military museum showcases a collection of uniforms, weapons, flags and photographs. The museum features a number of ...
  • Located in the downtown region in Kodiak, Alutiiq Museum preserves and celebrates the culture of the Alutiiq people who have inhabited Kodiak Island for more than 7,000 years. The Museum is a tribal...
  • Incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1954, the Society preserves and shares the history of the Kodiak and Aleutian Islands region by setting up a museum – the Kodiak Museum – in a downtown W...
  • This is the only organization in the U.S. solely dedicated to preserving Alaska`s illustrious maritime heritage. Established in 1996 it showcases Alaska’s commercial fishing industry and maritime he...
  • Conveniently located by St. Michael`s Church on Lincoln Street, Fishermen’s Eye is an art gallery that also provides graphic art services. This family owned gallery has been in Sitka for over 35 yea...
  • The 17-acre campus of the Raptor Center borders the Tongass National Forest and the Indian River in Sitka. It features award-winning natural habitats for Raptors-in-Residence. Growing from a backyar...
  • The museum houses the collection of Dr. Sheldon Jackson that forms the core of the display put together by the pioneering missionary. The small hexagon shaped building built in 1895 of concrete is t...
  • This place preserves Sitka`s rich history by harboring the rich cultures of the past. It was originally called Isabel Miller Museum, named after longtime Sitka collector who helped establish the mus...
  • Located in the historic Star Building on Creek Street in downtown Ketchikan and operating under the credo "Better Living Through Difficult Art," Soho Coho is a contemporary art gallery featuring loc...
  • The Center opened in 1995 to showcase exhibits and interactive displays on the land, people and culture of Southeast Alaska. Visitors experience a temperate rainforest, witness a native fish camp, a...
  • Located near the City Park, the Totem Heritage Center has the largest collection of original 19th-century totem poles in existence. The poles are up to 160 years old and are displayed indoors, mostl...
  • The Tongass Historical Museum has an excellent set of exhibits covering the history, art, and culture of Ketchikan. The museum collects, preserves, and interprets material and information pertaining...
  • Step back in time thorough the doors of the House of Wickersham, the first large Victorian home built on "Chicken Ridge", the affluent neighborhood in Juneau. This historic home was the residence of...
  • It is the Gastineau Channel Historical Society that runs Last Chance Mining Museum located at Juneau. The museum situated in the former Alaska Juneau Gold Mining Company’s historic Compressor Buildi...
  • This museum in Juneau features permanent exhibits on Alaska`s Native peoples, Natural History along with Russian and America exhibits. Temporary exhibits are also featured throughout the year. It ha...
  • The museum, a short walk from the Capital building, is fairly small but has plenty of interesting local history and informative displays including native Alaskan history and information on Juneau`s ...
  • This Museum was built as a way to boost tourism at Chena Hot Springs Resort located 60 miles northeast of Fairbanks. The Aurora Ice Museum features a gallery, an ice bar, overhead chandeliers all ma...
  • The museum located on the grounds of Wedgewood Resort is minutes from downtown Fairbanks. Showcasing historically significant, pre-World War II automobiles, visitor’s journey back to Alaska’s rugged...
  • The museum acquires, conserves and interprets specimens and collections relating to the natural, artistic, and cultural heritage of Alaska and the Circumpolar North. Discover fascinating stories abo...
  • Housed in Historic City Hall the Fairbanks Community Museum preserves the memories of pioneers who founded the city. It commemorates the times from the gold rush era to great floods of 1960’s. Housi...
  • offers exhibits on Alaskan rock, minerals, and fossils, including information on dinosaurs, native artifacts, and dioramas of Alaskan wilderness and wildlife. The mission of the Alaska Museum of Nat...
  • The Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center is a fascinating place to visit. It contains a broad range of art and historical items related to Alaska and the arctic. The permanent collection includes 17,...
  • Avid aviation buffs will be happy at the chance to visit this museum located at Anchorage. With the mission to preserve, display and honor Alaska`s aviation heritage by preserving and displaying his...
  • As the largest museum in Alaska, Anchorage Museum, a community-based institution exhibits art, history and cultures of Alaska. Visitors enjoy the history and science galleries as also the Smithsonia...