The Sitka History Museum originally opened its doors in 1967 to provide educational programs and exhibits to the community. It temporarily closed for renovations and officially celebrated its grand reopening at Harrigan Centennial Hall on July 26.
Visit the museum before the month ends to make sure you don’t miss these events.
Visitors to the Anchorage Museum get to experience life on the Alaska tundra, courtesy of a new art exhibit. One of the world’s leading contemporary artists created the movable sculpture of a pingo out of salvaged Alaska yellow cedar.