ALUTIIQ MUSEUM  215 Mission Road, Kodiak, Alaska 99615   |  844-425-8844  |  view calendar > | search >
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The Alutiiq Museum is on the first floor of the Alutiiq Center, in the historic heart of downtown Kodiak, Alaska. Visit us at 215 Mission Road, opposite the Holy Resurrection Russian Orthodox Church and a short walk from Sargent Park, the Kodiak Historical Society’s Baranov Museum, the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitors Center, the Alaska Marine Hightway ferry terminal, and St. Paul Harbor. Call 844-425-8844 for directions.

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Take A Tour

The Alutiiq Museum provides tours of its exhibits, laboratory, and collections storage facilities to educational groups. All tours must be scheduled in advance and at the convenience of the museum’s staff. Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to schedule a group tour or to host your organization’s next meeting in our gallery. 

Blue Star Museum

Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, we invite active duty military and their families to visit the Alutiiq Museum for free. This summer admission program is available to members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, and active duty National Guard and active duty Reserve members. Thank you for your service.

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Accessibility

The Alutiiq Museum works to involve all people in the exploration and celebration of Alutiiq heritage by removing barriers to participation and promoting inclusion. The Alutiiq Center, which houses the museum, was built in 1995 to meet state and federal standards for accessibility in new construction. Features include well signed handicapped parking spaces by the building's front doors, a ramp leading into the building, electronic door opening systems, doors, hallways, a drinking fountain, and restrooms that can easily accommodate a wheelchair, and appropriate illumination.

Within our facility,  free standing exhibit cases allow patrons in wheelchairs to roll their knees under the case for closer viewing. For the visually impaired, we use large print font and professional gallery lighting. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with questions about accessibility, or to ask for assistance with a museum visit.