The Alaska Heritage Museum is the largest private collection of its kind in Alaska. In addition to a large collection of Alaskan Native artifacts, and fine art by Alaskan artists, the Museum highlights Wells Fargo history in the Alaskan Gold Rush era, with a two-thirds-scale stagecoach.
- Hundreds of Native artifacts, ivory carvings and 80 hand-woven Native baskets
- Traditional clothing
- A traditional sea kayak covered in seal skin
- Paintings by Alaskan artists Sydney Laurence, Fred Machetanz, Eustace Ziegler and others
301 W Northern Lights
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Monday through Friday
Noon to 4:00 p.m.
(closed on bank holidays)
Our Museum hosts a variety of events throughout the year. We often present special programs that are educational and fun!
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Thank you for your interest in a guided tour!
Please be aware that if you wish to visit us at your own leisure, without a guide, you are welcome to do that anytime without an appointment. We are open Noon to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday (closed on bank holidays). Admission is free.
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Please call (907) 265-2834
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