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 …

 

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, …

 

Queen Charlotte Islands Museum

Located next door to Loo Taa. This cedar and glass building contains centuries old artifacts, such as totem poles, argillite carvings and …

 

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  …

 

Alaska Islands and Ocean Center

Alaska Islands and Ocean Center offers visitors and residents a window into the world of seabirds, marine mammals, and their habitats in …

 

Alaska Native Heritage Center

The Alaska Culture Pass provides discounted joint admission to both the Alaska Native Heritage Center and the Anchorage Museum. The Alaska Native …

 

Little Prairie Heritage Museum

Little Prairie Heritage Museum was originally a general store and post office in the downtown area. It is been refurbished and renovated …

 

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.