The nationally-recognized Pratt Museum is located in Homer, Alaska, on the shores of Kachemak Bay, approximately 200 miles south of Anchorage on the Kenai Peninsula. The mission focuses on culture, art & science of the area.
Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center is the gateway to the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge. We provide interpretive, educational, and research facilities that are open to the public year-round and free of charge.
Redesigned cultural & natural history exhibits feature new acquisitions such as a full-scale locomotive and a Bristol Bay double-ender while also offering updated favorites including the eagle tree, SOS globe, Discovery ship and temporary art shows.
Visit a museum on your vacation. Our Homer, Alaska galleries showcase some of the most beautiful art in the world. If you are an artist then you will be inspired by a visit to our art museums. See famous works of art firsthand in our art galleries. Our Homer, Alaska exhibitions home an interesting collection of artifacts and relics. Any history buff will enjoy a trip to our history museums. If you're traveling with the whole family our children museums are a great excursion for kids. Learn about the natural wonders of the world at our science museums. No matter what type of traveler you are a trip is never complete without visiting the local museum. Browse our Homer, Alaska museums and plan your vacation today!