Anchorage Museums

Offering a variety of cultural spots, Anchorage combines its native heritage with artistic delights. Visiting Alyesla Resort during the holidays? Take a short drive to Anchorage and join the tree-lighting ceremonies while Santa visits town with a sleigh of real reindeer. Throughout the winter, explore ice sculptures, Fur Rendezvous, the arrival of the Iditarod and its two week-long celebration.

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Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center

The largest museum in Alaska, the Anchorage Museum is a community – based institution with exhibits and programs storytelling the art, history and cultures of Alaska. Take an art class or embark through one of the public programs the museum offers.

Alaska Native Arts Gallery

Alaska Native cultures are vibrant, diverse and very much alive. The Alaska Native Arts Foundation is a non – profit corporation that broadens the understanding of Alaska Native art. 

Alaska Native Heritage Center

The Alaska Native Heritage Center offers a glimpse into the rich culture of Alaska natives. Listen to ancient oral traditions shared by a village elder and from a master artisan. Join in a dance performance and stroll around Lake Tiulana to learn about ancient village life in five authentic village exhibit sites. 

Take advantage of the Alaska Culture Pass and save 20% off admission to both the Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Native Heritage Center.

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