Museums by Name

Alaska’s Museums: Listed Alphabetically by Name

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Alaska Aviation Museum
Sept 16-May 10: Wednesday through Saturday, 9 AM – 5 PM; Sunday, Noon – 5 PM
May 11-Sept 15: Open Daily, 9 AM – 5 PM
Admission: $10 Adults, $6 Kids 5 – 12, Kids under 4 free, $8 Seniors (65 and older), Veterans or Active Duty Military (and family)

4721 Aircraft Drive
Anchorage, AK 99502

(907) 248-5325

Alaska Heritage Museum at Wells Fargo
Open Summer, M-F noon-5; Winter, M-F, 12-4. Over 900 Alaska Native artifacts, traditional Native clothing, King Island kayak, fine art by Alaska artists, 46 troy ounce gold nugget, and mammoth tusk. Located at Wells Fargo Bank, 301 W. Northern Lights Boulevard(at C Street).
301 W. Northern Lights Blvd.
Anchorage AK 99510
(907) 265-2834

Alaska Museum of Science and Nature
Tuesday-Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM Admission: $5 Adults, $3 Kids 6 – 12, Kids under 5 free. $15 for families and playgroups.
201 N. Bragaw
Anchorage, AK 99508
(907) 274-2400

Alaska Native Heritage Center
Open: Summer Hours — Mothers Day through Mid-Sept.; daily, 9 to 5. Winter Hours — Nov. 4 through March 31; Saturdays 10:30 – 4:30. Admission: Adults $19.95; Children $14.95; Family rates. Welcome House with theater and contemporary culture exhibits. Five traditional village exhibits with Native Tradition Bearers. Store.
Located at Muldoon and Glenn Hwy.
8800 Heritage Center Drive
Anchorage AK 99506
(907) 330-8000
(800) 315-6608

Alaska SeaLife Center
Open summer: Daily 8-7; winter: 10-5. Admission: Adults $15.00; Youth $12; Children 6 & under Free. Special group rates. Featuring research and exhibits on Gulf of Alaska marine wildlife with live Steller sea lions, birds, seals, and marine tidal life. Store. Located at 301 Railway Ave.
PO Box 1329
Seward AK 99664
(800) 224-2525

Alaska State Museum
Open summer daily, 9-5; winter Tues-Saturday 10-4. Adult admission is $12 in summer (mid-May to mid-Sept) and $7 in winter (mid-Sept to mid-May) with a $1 discount for seniors; Youth 18 & under and active military personnel with their families are always free; Annual Pass is $35. Features an expansive collection of Alaska Native materials, fine art, and Alaskan objects relating to topics such as mining, fishing, forestry, tourism, Russian-American period, Statehood, and World War II. Multi-media interactive displays, a global Science on a Sphere(TM) theater, special temporary exhibitions and a discovery room encourage further exploration. Docent tours, café, lecture hall, library, archives, and gift shop.
395 Whittier Street
Juneau AK 99801
(907) 465-2901

Alaska State Trooper Museum
Open: M-F 10-5; Sa noon-4. The history of law enforcement in Alaska told in exhibits, memorabilia and photographs. Store.
Located in Fifth Avenue Mall, entrance on 6th Ave.
PO Box 100280
Anchorage AK 99510
(907) 279-5050

Alaska Veterans Museum
Open: late Sept-late May: Wednesday – Saturday, 10:00AM to 5:00PM
Memorial Day-late Sept: Monday – Saturday, 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Admission: $3
Members: free
Children (0-2): free

More than 110 personal stories from Service Members and Veterans, historical artifacts, weapons, uniforms, photos, posters, models, dioramas, oral histories, and more.

Located at 333 W. 4th Avenue
Suite 227
Anchorage, AK 99501


Alutiiq Museum & Archaeological Repository
Open summer: Mon-Fri, 9-5, Sat 10-5; winter: Tues-Fri 9-5, Sat 10:30-4:30. Admission: $5; museum members and children 16 & under Free. Our collections focus on the prehistoric, historic and living traditions of the Alutiiq people.
215 Mission Rd, Suite 101
Kodiak AK 99615
(907) 486-7004

American Bald Eagle Foundation
Open year round
Winter 10:00-2:00
Summer 9:00-5:00 Mon. – Sat 11:00-3:00 on Saturday
Located at the intersection of 2nd Street and Haines Highway in Haines, Alaska , the American Bald Eagle Foundation has something for everybody.Our natural history museum is home to specimens from all over Southeast Alaska. From a 1,500 pound moose to a tiny ermine, out museum gets you up close and personal with Alaska’s incredible wildlife. Our permanent diorama surrounds visitors with animals from water, land, and air. Our raptor center is home to twelve avian ambassadors, and the natural history museum has over 200 specimens on display.
Admission $12.00 Each for Adults Children Ages 2-12 $8.00

American Bald Eagle Foundation
PO Box 49
Haines, AK 99827


Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center
Open: May 15-Sept 15; daily, including holidays, 9-6, and Thursdays 9-9.
Sept 16-May14, Tues-Sat. 10-6, and Sundays noon-5; closed Mondays.
Admission Rates (Does not include admission to premium exhibitions or to Planetarium) Adults: $12, Senior/Student/Military: $9, Children (3-12): $7, Infants (0-2): free Exhibits and collections represent Alaska’s art, history and Native cultures. Cafe, library and archives. Store.
Located at 625 C Street
Anchorage AK 99501

Anvik Historical Society Museum
Open by arrangement in the summer. Displays of the history and archaeology of this lower Yukon Athabaskan village. Located in old rectory building next to Anvik Commercial.
PO Box 110
Anvik AK 99558

Aunt Claudia’s Dolls, a Museum
Aunt Claudi’s Dolls, a Museum is a doll, toy, and miniature museum founded on the objects and library of Claudia Kelsey and endowed by Beatrice Shepard.  Admission is free and hours are regular, Tuesday-Saturday, noon to 5pm.

114 South Franklin Street, Suite 103
Juneau AK 99801

(907) 586-4969

Baranov Museum
Open summer: M-Sa 10-4, Su noon-4; winter: M,W,F,Sa 10-3, closed. Th & Su. Admission: Adult $2; Children under 12 Free. Collection of prehistoric and historical objects from the Aleutian Islands and the Kodiak Archipelago. Archives. Store. Located in the Erskine House, a National Historic Landmark.
101 Marine Way
Kodiak AK 99615
(907) 486-5920

Bristol Bay Museum
Showcasing the history of Bristol Bay in our historic building in downtown Naknek.
Hours: 1 PM – 7 PM
Admission: $10, Ages 13-18: $5, Elders and under 12: free
Call us (907) 246-6873 or visit our Facebook page.

Carrie M. McLain Memorial Museum
The Carrie M. McClain Memorial Museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and sharing the culture, history, and artistry of Nome and the Bering Strait.
Open: Monday-Thursday 12-7pm; Friday-Saturday 12-6pm.
Admission: $7 (adults); $6 (youth 5-18; elders 55+)
Free: youth under 5; Members; First Friday of each month
Located at: 100 W 7th Avenue
PO Box 53
Nome AK 99762
(907) 443-6630

Circle Historical Museum
Open summer: Daily noon-5. Upon request at other times. Admission: $1. Mining equipment, gold and artifacts from the local area. Miner’s cabin and wildflower display.
Located at Mile 128, Steese Highway
PO Box 31893
Central, AK 99730
(907) 520-1893

Clausen Memorial Museum
Open May 1 – Sept 13: Daily 10am-5pm; Winter: Contact the museum. Admission: $5 Adults; $3 Seniors; Children 12 & under and Museum members Free.

The museum hosts about seven art shows each year featuring local and visiting artists, plus traveling shows. The permanent exhibit includes a working lighthouse lens, a Tlingit canoe, and the world record king salmon. The museum also houses 5,000 artifacts, 70,000 photographs and negatives and 200 archival collections.

Museum gift shop features original and locally made art, fabric art and jewelry.

Located at 203 Fram Street.
PO Box 708
Petersburg, AK 99833
(907) 772-3598

Cooper Landing Historical Society and Museum
Open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Cooper Landing’s history is displayed in two historic buildings on the south shore of the Kenai River.

Located at 17946 Sterling Highway (Mile 48.7)
PO Box 542
Cooper Landing, AK 99572-0542

(907) 598-1042

Cordova Historical Museum
Open Memorial Day – Labor Day; M-S 10-6; Su 2-4. Winter: Tu-F 1-5; S 2-4. Admission: $1; Youth 18 & under and Members of the Cordova Historical Society, Free. Displays of explorers, Native culture, Copper River Railway / Kennicott Mine era, and the fishing industry. Store. Located at 622 First Street.
PO Box 391
Cordova AK 99574
(907) 424-6665

Delta Historical Society Museum
Open mid-May – Sept, 7-5. An old log cabin building displaying artifacts from the early days of travel on the route between Fairbanks and Valdez. Located at Rika’s Roadhouse, Big Delta State Historical Park.
PO Box 1089
Delta Junction AK 99737
(907) 895-4555

Denali Education Center
Open late May through mid September, daily 10-5. Admission: FREE.
Revolving art displays showcasing Alaskan artists; historic park artifacts and permanent art installations. Click here for a full schedule.  Located at Milepost 231 Parks Hwy, 7 miles south of the park entrance, behind Denali Park Village Lodge.
PO Box 212
Denali Park, AK 99755
(907) 683-2597

Eagle Historical Society & Museums
Open daily in Summer 9-5. Admission: $5; children under 12 Free. Special tours. Winter hours: monday-Friday 9-5. Exhibits in seven historic buildings dating from the end of the 19th century. Archives and photo collection. Store. Located at the end of the scenic Taylor Highway in the Eagle Historic District, a National Historic Landmark.
PO Box 23
Eagle City AK 99738
(907) 547-2325

Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum
Home of more than 85 historic early American automobiles and over 100 vintage clothing displays.
212 Wedgewood Drive
Fairbanks, Ak  99701
(907) 450-2100
(907) 450-2100

George Ashby Memorial Museum
Open June 1 – Sept 1: M-Sa 1-5. The varied past of the Copper River Valley, housed in a rustic log cabin. Exhibits of early gold and copper mining; Russian artifacts. Located at Mile 101, Old Richardson Highway, Copper Center Loop Road.
PO Box 84
Copper Center AK 99573
(907) 822-5285

Haines Sheldon Museum
Open summer: Daily 1-5 + extended hours winter: M-F, 1-4. Admission: $3; Children under 12 Free. Experience the art & culture of Native Tlingit people. Relive pioneer days at the Mission, the Army post, the gold mines, the canneries and about the valley. Explore on water – steamship, ferries, lighthouse – on land and in the air. Store.
Located at corner of 1st & Main Streets.
PO Box 269
Haines AK 99827
(907) 766-2366
The Hammer Museum
Open May – Sept: M-F 10-5, Sat 10-2 (through September 21.)
Admission: $5 adults, kids 12 and under are free. The Hammer Museum is the world’s only museum dedicated to preserving the history of our species’ first tool.

Hammer Museum
PO Box 702
108 Main St
Haines AK. 99827

Ilanka Cultural Center
Open: Year-round — M – F, 10am- 5pm and by appointment. Tribal repository of the Native Village of Eyak, museum, artist workspace and gift gallery, specializing in Eyak, Chugach Alutiiq, Tlingit and Ahtna culture, prehistory, history and contemporary life, traditional skills classes and demonstrations, fully rearticulated orca skeleton and 2 totems.

Native Village of Eyak Building first floor
110 Nicholoff Way (across from the Fishermen’s Memorial)
PO Box 322
Cordova, AK 99574
(907) 424-7903
Fax: (907) 424-3018

The Imaginarium
The Imaginarium Discovery Center is now part of the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center

Inupiat Heritage Center, Ilisagvik College
Open M-F 8:30-5. The Center focuses on the language and knowledge of the Inupiat people. Activities, collections, and exhibitions of historical materials, art and science.
PO Box 69
Barrow AK 99723
(907) 852-0422

Juneau-Douglas City Museum
Exhibits on the history and culture of the greater Juneau area, including basketry style fish trap, hands-on mining, capital city life, seasonal summer displays and film. Walking tour.
Museum Store. Located at 4th & Main Streets.
Hours, Admissions & Directions at

(907) 586-3572

K’beq Interpretive Site
Open May – September, seven days per week, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm. Admission $5; Children 12 & under Free. Beading classes on Wednesday and Thursday from 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm. Storytelling on Fridays from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Athabascans share traditions and culture through interpretive walks featuring archaeological sites and traditional plant use. Store. Located at Milepost 52.6 of the Sterling Highway, directly across from the entrance to the Russian River Campground. Kenaitze Indian Tribe IRA
PO Box 988
Kenai AK 99611
(907) 283-3633

Katirvik Culture Center
Collections available by appointment.
A developing tribal museum and cultural center dedicated to cherishing, preserving, perpetuating and sharing the indigenous cultures and knowledge of the Bering Strait.
Located at 504 Seppala Drive, Ublugiaq Building, Room 216.
PO Box 948
Nome, AK 99762
(907) 443-4340

Kenai Visitors & Cultural Center
Open M-F 9-5, Sa 10-4; extended summer hours. Admission: Summer: Adults $3; Children free. Displays from Ft. Kenay. Athabaskan, Aleut and Russian culture; industry; natural history exhibits. Alaska’s history video library. Store.
11471 Kenai Spur Highway
Kenai AK 99611
(907) 283-1991

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
Open May – mid-Sept: Daily 9-5. Artifacts and historic photographs of the Klondike Gold Rush. Library, tours, lectures, films. Store. Located at 2nd & Broadway, White Pass & Yukon RR Depot.
PO Box 517
Skagway AK 99840
(907) 983-9200

Last Chance Mining Museum
Open mid-May – late Sept: Daily 9:30-12:30 & 3:30-6:30. Admission $3. Gold rush museum in historic mining building. Listed on National Register of Historic Places. Located at end of Busin Road.
PO Box 21264
Juneau AK 99802
(907) 586-5338

Maxine & Jesse Whitney Museum
Open May-September 9-7 every day. Winter hours are by appointment. Admission is free; donations appreciated. The Maxine & Jesse Whitney Museum provides a unique look at Alaskan life, cultures, and wildlife, all in a single venue. The Maxine & Jesse Whitney Museum has its roots in the generous donation of Mrs. Maxine Whitney of what was reportedly the largest private collection of Native Alaskan art and artifacts in the world. Located at the Prince William Sound Community College campus, in the center
of the park strip in town.
303 Lowe Street / PO Box 97
Valdez, AK 99686
Fax 907-834-1692

McCarthy – Kennicott Historical Museum
Open every summer Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Sunday 1 p.m.- 6 p.m. The museum is located in the red railroad depot building, with a big rail car outside, at the intersection of the road to Kennicott and the road to the footbridge.
PO Box MXY, Glennallen, Alaska 99588 (Summer only)

Museum of Alaska Transportation & Industry
Open May 1 – Sept 30: Daily 10-6; Oct – April: Tu-Sa 9-5. Admission: Adults $5; Seniors $4; Students $4; Families $12; Groups $3 per person; School Groups $1 per person. Machines tell the story of Alaska’s development. Summer events. Store. Located at 3800 W. Neuser Drive, just off Mile 47 Parks Highway.
PO Box 870646
Wasilla AK 99687
(907) 376-1211

Museum of the Aleutians
Open M-Sa 10-5, Su 12-5, June 1 to Sept 30. Winter: W-Sa 11-4; Su noon-4 Admission: $2.
PO. Box 648
Unalaska, AK 99685
(907) 581-5150

Oscar Anderson House Museum
Open for guided tours June-August, noon-4, daily except Mondays. Swedish Christmas tours: first two weekends in December. Admission: Adults and teens $10; children 3-12 $5.

Anchorage’s only house museum (c. 1915). Depicts the early history of Anchorage (1915-1925) and the life style of Oscar Anderson, a businessman, and his family.
420 M Street
Anchorage AK 99501
(907) 274-2336

Palmer Museum of History and Art
Open May 1 – Sept 30: daily 9-6; October – April: M-F 8-3. Free admission. Summer art show featuring local artists; exhibits on Matanuska Colony Project, Mat-Maid, homesteading, mining, woodworking, and farming. Showcase of Alaska flower and vegetables gardens.
723 S. Valley Way
Palmer AK 99645
(907) 746-7668

Pioneer Air Museum
Open Memorial Day – Labor Day: Daily 10:30 AM-8:00 PM. Admission: Adults $4; Families $8; children under 12 free.
Memorabilia of Interior and Arctic Alaska aviation history. Store.

Located at Pioneer Park (formerly Alaskaland)
2300 Airport Way
PO Box 70437
Fairbanks AK 99707-0437

(907) 451-0037

Pioneer Museum and Big Stampede Show
Open Memorial Day – Labor Day: Daily 11-7. Admission to Show: Adults $2; Children under 12 $.50; Families $5. Museum contains artifact, photos, and related information on the history of Fairbanks and Interior Alaska since the gold rush era. Show depicts the stampede to the Klondike and Alaska. Store. Located at Pioneer Park (formerly Alaskaland), Airport Way.
PO Box 70176
Fairbanks AK 99707-6970
(907) 456-8579 or 456-5734

Pratt Museum
Open mid-May – mid-Sept: Daily 10-6 ; mid-Sept – mid-May: Tu-Su noon-5; closed Jan. Admission: Adults $8; Seniors (65+) $6; Children 6-18 $4; Families $25. Members and Children under 6 Free. Art, science and culture of the Kachemak Bay region. Homestead cabin, forest ecology trail, botanical garden; Exxon Valdez oil spill display, contemporary Alaskan art and Kachemak
Bay: An Exploration of People and Place. Museum Store.
3779 Bartlett St.
Homer AK 99603
(907) 235-8635


The Russian Bishop’s House
Open by appointment. Admission: $3. One of four original Russian structures remaining in North America. Exhibits interpret Russian American fur trade in Alaska, and the roles of the Russian American Company and Russian Orthodox Church. Located in downtown Sitka on Lincoln Street.
PO Box 738
Sitka AK 99835
(907) 747-6281

Sentinel Island Lighthouse
Open hours and admission to be announced. Tours and groups events by arrangement. 1902 lighthouse Listed on Listed on National Register of Historic Places. Located at Lynn Canal, 35 miles north of Juneau.
PO Box 21264
Juneau AK 99802
(907) 586-5338

Seward Community Library and Museum
Open May – Sept: Mon-Sat 11-5; Sun 1-5pm. By appointment Oct – Apr. Admission: Adults $5; Children Free (with supervision). Seward and Resurrection Bay history through photographs, artifacts and documents. Multimedia exhibit on the 1964 earthquake and tsunami. Documentary film Waves Over Seward, at 2pm Monday-Saturday during summer months and upon request during the winter.  Summer programs. Store. Located at 239 6th Avenue.
PO Box 55
Seward AK 99664
(907) 224-4082

Sheldon Jackson Museum
Open summer: Daily 9-5; winter: Tues-Sat 10-4. Admission: Adults $7; Youth 18 & under Free; Members Free; $1 discount for Seniors; Museum Pass: $15. Extensive Alaska Native collections in the oldest concrete structure in Alaska. Native artist demonstrators each summer. An Alaska State Museum since 1984.
Located near the campus of Sheldon Jackson College.
104 College Drive
Sitka AK 99835
(907) 747-8981

Simon Paneak Memorial Museum
Open daily, M-F 8:30-5pm.  Closed on major Holidays. Admission: Adults $10; Children (ages 7-17) $5. Exhibits of Nunamiut Eskimo traditions. Store. Located at 341 Mekiana Road.
PO Box 21085
Anaktuvuk Pass AK 99721
(907) 661-3413

Sitka Historical Museum
Open May – Sept: Daily 9-5; Oct – May: Tues-Sat 10-noon, 1-4. Sitka’s history unfolds here: exhibits from Tlingit culture, Russian America, the purchase, pre-statehood, and the contemporary era. Store. Located downtown in the Harrigan Centennial Building.
330 Harbor Drive
Sitka AK 99835
(907) 747-6455

Sitka National Historical Park
Open year-round; call for hours. Tlingit ethnographic items, Tlingit and Haida totem poles, Russian American historical and archaeological collections, archives and herbarium specimens. Tlingit artists demonstrate, teach traditional crafts. Store. Located at 106 Metlakatla Street.
PO Box 738
Sitka AK 99835
(907) 747-6281

Skagway Museum and Archive
Open May – Sept: M-F 9-5; Sa-Su 1-5. Oct-Apr call museum. Admission: Adults $2; Students $1; Children 12 and under free; group rates available. Gold Rush, ethnographic, historical records and photographs. Located in Historic District, 7th and Spring Streets.
PO Box 521
Skagway AK 99840
(907) 983-2420

Southeast Alaska Indian Cultural Center
Open May – Sept: Daily 8-5; Oct – Apr: M-F 8-5. Displays. Artists and demonstrators in wood carving, silver, weaving, and sewing. Classes on NW Coast art.
106 Metlakatla St.
Sitka AK 99835
(907) 747-8061


Open mid-May – Sept. Visitors center and historic building with displays and photos of the times and transportation on the winter trail between
Fairbanks and Valdez.
PO Box 987
Delta Junction AK 99737
(907) 895-5068

Talkeetna Historical Society
Open May – Sept: Daily 10-6; Oct – Apr: Sa-Su 11-5. Admission: $3; Children under 12, free. History of Talkeetna including mining, railroad and aviation. Mountain climbing displays; 12-foot by 12-foot scale model of Mt. McKinley. Located at the corner of First Alley and Village Airstrip.
PO Box 76
Talkeetna AK 99676
(907) 733-2487

Tenakee Historical Collection – Museum

Collection consists of articles from merchants and other local businesses, gifts from residents, relics from the logging and fishing industries, and an exhibit of stone artifacts.

Located “downtown” Tenakee next to the hot springs bathhouse and across from the store. Admission is free.

Hours: Thursday and Friday 11 am -1 pm
Saturday 2 pm – 4pm
Special openings can be arranged by calling 907-736-2243 or 907-736-2226.

Tongass Historical Museum
Open all year: May – Sept, daily 8-5; Oct – April, Wed-Fri, 1-5, Sat-Sun, 1-4; closed municipal holidays during winter. Admission: Adults, $2 May-Sept.; Free, Oct. through April. The life and times of Alaska’s feisty “first city” come to life in artifacts and images from Ketchikan’s colorful
629 Dock Street
Ketchikan AK 99901
(907) 225-5600

Totem Heritage Center
Open all year: May-Sept, daily 8-5; Oct- April, Mon-Fri, 1-5; closed municipal holidays during winter. Admission: Adults $5 (May-Sept.), FREE Oct-April. World-renowned collection of 19th-century totem poles retrieved from abandoned Native villages. Store.
Museum located at 601 Deermount Street.
629 Dock Street
Ketchikan AK 99901
(907) 225-5900

Trapper Creek Museum
Open May-Sept: Daily 10-5. History of mining & trapping in the local area.
Located at Spruce Lane Farm, .7 mile Petersville Road.
PO Box 13011
Trapper Creek, Ak
(907) 733-2557

Tribal House of the Bear
Open in the summer during cruise ship stopovers and by appointment. Admission $2. Replica of Chief Shakes tribal house built in 1834. Artifacts, photo display, totems, original house posts. Located at the end of Shakes Street.
PO Box 868
Wrangell AK 99929
(907) 874-3747

University of Alaska Museum of the North
Open June 1 – August 31 daily 9-7; Sept 1 – May 31: M-S 9-5; closed Sundays. Admission: adults (15+ yrs) $12, youth (5-14) $7; youth 7-17; Alaska Adult with ID $8, Alaska youth $5, Alaska stationed active military families with ID, free; children 4 and under, free. UA staff / faculty $4. Members and UA students with ID, free. Dramatic architecture and award-winning exhibits inspired by Alaska research, with collections that represent millions of years of biological diversity and thousands of years of cultural traditions in the North. Store.
Located on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus.
PO Box 756960
Fairbanks AK 99775
(907) 474-7505

Valdez Museum & Historical Archive
Summer: Daily, 9-6. Winter: Mon-Fri 10-5, Sat 12-4. Sunday, closed. Admission: Adults, $5; Seniors (65+), $4.50, Youth 14+, $4.00; Youth 13 and under, free. Local history exhibits: Native cultures, Gold Rush, Trans-Alaska Pipeline, 1989 Oil Spill, Earthquake of 1964 and special replica model of “Old
Town Valdez” prior to ’64 earthquake.
Museum located at 217 Egan Drive, downtown Valdez.
PO Box 8
Valdez AK 99686
(907) 835-2764

Wasilla Museum and Visitor Center
Open April-Sept, Mon-Sat 9-5; Oct-Mar, Tues, Thurs, and Fri, 9-5.
Admission: $3; Seniors (60+) $2.50; Youth 12 and under free.
Regional history of mining, homesteading, Iditarod and historic buildings in townsite.

391 Main Street
Wasilla, AK 99654

(907) 373-9071

Wickersham House Museum
Open Memorial Day – Labor Day: Daily, Noon-8pm. A house museum, dedicated to the life and times of Judge James Wickersham and his wife during the years 1904-1910. Located at Pioneer Park, 2400 Airport Way.
PO Box 71336
Fairbanks AK 99707
(907) 455-8947

Wrangell Museum
Open May 1- Sept 30: Mon-Sat, 1:00-5:00; Oct 1- April 30: Tues-Sat, 1:00-5:00. Admission $5 (adults); $3 (60+); $2 (6-12); Children under 6 Free. History of Wrangell featuring Alaska Native culture. Original houseposts arom Shakes Island. Fur trade, military, fishing, timber, missionaries, and 20th century. Store. Located at 296 Campbell Drive.
PO Box 1050
Wrangell AK 99929
(907) 874-3770

Yupiit Piciryarait Museum
Open Tuesday-Saturday 12-4. Admission: Adults $1. The Yupiit Piciryarait Museum is conveniently located in the same building which houses the Regional Cultural Center and the University of Alaska, Kuskokwim Campus Library. The Museum has three galleries. One gallery is reserved for permanent exhibits of clothing, household, hunting and gathering implements used by the people of the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta in ancient and contemporary times. Two galleries are reserved for short term exhibitions.
(907) 543-1819
PO Box 219
Bethel AK 99559