Alaska Islands and Ocean Center

offers visitors and residents a window into the world of seabirds, marine mammals, and their habitats in Alaska. Admission is free to …

 

Pratt Museum and Information Center

was constructed in 1967 as an Alaska Centennial project and is operated by the Homer Society of Natural History. The museum is …

 

Centennial Museum Library

on Dock Street in downtown Ketchikan, has an excellent collection of Indian artifacts, pioneer relics, wildlife, ores and minerals, a gun collection, …

 

Totem Heritage Center

serves as the place where totem poles salvaged from deserted Tlingit communities are gathered and restored to their original condition. The collection …

 

Trail of ’98 Museum

In the recently renovated McCabe College/City Hall Building one block east of Broadway on 7th. Reminders of the goldrush era. Eskimo and …

 

The Yukon Transportation Museum

The Museum Interprets the history and evolution of travel in the Yukon. Learn about the Alaska Highway and Canol Road history while …

 

Firefighters Museum

in the North End of town has fantastic displays of historic “firewagons” and firefighting historical artifacts.

 

The Hammer Museum

The Hammer Museum explores the rich history of the world’s first tool, the hammer. There are approximately 2,000 hammers on display at the …

 

Harrigan Centennial Hall

Exhibits portraying Alaska’s history, art and wildlife. New Archangel Dancers perform here. The Isabel Miller Museum run by the Sitka Historical Society …

 

Sheldon Jackson Museum

has Alaska’s largest collection of Eskimo masks and Tlingit ceremonial clothing, plus displays of Native and Eskimo material, handcrafted vehicles, totem poles …