Sitka Historical Museum

Learn about the lives and histories of the people of Sitka: the Tlingits, Finns, Russians, and early American settlers of the 19th …

 

Iditarod Race Headquarters

Wasilla is home to the Iditarod Headquarters, which features a museum, gift shop, sled dog rides,  Anchorage is the starting line for …

 

Museum of Alaska Transportation

Now has over 20 acres of displays. There is a train yard, many outdoor artifacts, and an exhibit hall. The Museum was …

 

The Knik Museum

Represents a major part of Alaska’s History. Located in one of the only two remaining buildings of the Knik historic town site, …

 

The Dorothy Page Museum

Has preserved an assortment of Wasilla artifacts which represents the largest collection in the region.

 

Soldotna Historical Society Museum

In 1986 the City of Soldotna leased 6 acres in Centennial Park for a period of 30 years to the Soldotna Historical  …

 

George Johnston Museum

The George Johnston Museum is located on the Alaska Highway, 1 km west of the Nisutlin Bay Bridge. It is named after …

 

North Peace Museum

Journey through Fort St. John’s history from native settlement to the pioneer homesteads and the construction of the Alaska Highway in 1942.

 

Fire Museum

located in the present Fire Hall. A1925 REO Speedwagon Fire Truck, the center piece of the museum, which was purchased new and  …

 

Kwinitsa Railway Museum

exhibiting the railway history of Prince Rupert and the surrounding area. This is an original Grand Trunk Railway station  that was situated …