Fort St. John North Peace Museum

Fort St. John North Peace Museum Journey through Fort St. John’s history from native settlement to the pioneer homesteads and the construction …

 

Ice Alaska

The coolest show in town! Built to continue the tradition of Ice Sculpting in Interior Alaska they are home to the World …

 

Pioneer Air Museum

Pioneer Air Museum is housed in a large gold-domed building at Pioneer Park, chronicles the development of flight in Alaska. Open from …

 

Pioneer Museum

Pioneer Museum gives you a glimpse of Frontier Alaska, where Sourdoughs carved a livelihood from the wild, beautiful, and sometimes harsh land. …

 

Totem Heritage Center

Totem Heritage Center serves as the place where totem poles salvaged from deserted Tlingit communities are gathered and restored to their original …

 

Juneau-Douglas City Museum

Juneau-Douglas City Museum, Main & 4th, 907-586-3572. Focuses on Juneau’s mining history and has some excellent displays. The “Four-Story” Totem Pole, carved …

 

MacBride Museum on the Copperbelt

Come and ride the rails and explore the rich mining heritage. Open mid-May to mid-September, the Copperbelt offers scenic trails, interesting day …

 

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 …

 

Sullivan Roadhouse

Sullivan Roadhouse built in 1905, is the oldest roadhouse in Interior Alaska. John and Florence Sullivan operated the log inn from 1905-1922. …