Alaska State Library Archives & Museum

The Alaska State Museum was established in 1900 to collect, preserve and exhibit objects from the Territory. Today, the museum exhibits over 15,000 objects representing Alaska Native cultures and Alaska’s more recent history such as Russian America, WWII, maritime, mining, fishing, and statehood. Contemporary and historical fine art created by Alaskan artists are featured a well. The Museum is located on the first floor and the Alaska State Library and State Archives are housed on the top floor of the Father Andrew P. Kashevaroff Building at 395 Whittier Street. Museum summer hours 9am – 4:30 pm Tuesday through Sunday and 1 pm to 4:30 pm on Mondays. 907-465-2901

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