The past meets the present at the Alutiiq Museum where you can explore 7,500 years of Alutiiq heritage. The museum represents 10 tribes of the Kodiak region in Alaska. See ancient artifacts, discover history and learn how Alutiiq traditions continue.
The tribal museum opened in 1995 to preserve and share our story, revitalize traditions and invite all people to celebrate our culture. We invite you to participate in our programs and events and enjoy our Museum Store.
The Alutiiq Museum is on the first floor of the Alutiiq Center, in the historic heart of downtown Kodiak, Alaska. Visit the Museum 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 Highway ferry terminal and St. Paul Harbor.
The Alutiiq Museum welcomes people of ages, heritages, and abilities. Join them to explore Alutiiq history, culture and language. Guided tours can be scheduled. Stop by the Museum Shop for unique works of art.
Taikina! — You should come!