Pratt Museum

3779 Bartlett Street, Homer, AK 99603


Museum Website

The Pratt Museum is the only interdisciplinary museum in the 25,600-square-mile area of the Kenai Peninsula. It serves a regional population of more than 40,000 and hosts around 30,000 visitors each year. 

Indoor exhibits focus on art, natural history, native cultures, homesteading, fishing, and marine ecology. Outdoor exhibits include the historic Harrington cabin, botanical and homestead gardens, and a natural, forested trail system enlivened by summer and permanent art installations.

Stories are a basic unit of understanding; they are the method by which we communicate with ourselves and with each other. At the museum, “stories” describe individuals, cultures, and ecosystems through evolving personal, artistic, scientific, and cultural narratives. ​

Credit: Overview from museum website