Pratt Museum and Information Center
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 named after longtime Homer resident Sam Pratt, who was active in the collection and preservation of Homer’s historic past. Attractions of the museum include Russian, Indian and Aleut artifacts, tools and utensils used by early settlers, wildlife dioramas, and an aquarium housing saltwater marine life native to Kachemak Bay. The Museum is at 3779 Bartlett St. Open daily 10 to 6 from May to September. 907-235-8635.