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Pratt Museum

3779 Bartlett St, Homer, AK
+1 907-235-8635
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This is a small museum with exhibits of wildlife, indigenous art, and culture. It is a real... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Nice Historical Museum

Good museum for learning history of Homer, Alaska. There were 3 levels. I enjoyed the quilts and... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
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“oil spill” (26 reviews)
“exxon valdez” (17 reviews)
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3779 Bartlett St, Homer, AK
+1 907-235-8635
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a small museum with exhibits of wildlife, indigenous art, and culture. It is a real treasure!

Thank annjh
Reviewed 6 days ago

Good museum for learning history of Homer, Alaska. There were 3 levels. I enjoyed the quilts and the paintings. Also, I enjoyed the film on bears. One plus is that it was free admission day today--what a treat! Didn't buy anything in gift shop. It...More

Thank scmonsoon
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We happened to visit on International Museum Day, so it was free...bonus. Very informative about the area. Nice walking trail.

Thank Kimberly D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Well worth the admission. Interesting information about culture of Native People and homesteaders. Educational exhibits about fish and birds of the area. Be sure to check out the Gull Island Bird Cam.

Thank Eric H
Reviewed 2 April 2017

If you want to know about the Homer area and its people, then visit the Pratt Museum. They have put lots of really good information into a small space. Upstairs is a permanent collection and the exhibits on the first floor change. So does the...More

Thank Nona S
Reviewed 1 March 2017

Visited for the first time yesterday. Wonderful exhibits and a great showing of local artist, Don Henry. We will recommend this stop to all our friends and guests!!

Thank BillW777
Reviewed 18 January 2017

Huge whale carcass, info about the Valdez oil spill, homesteader homes, ocean pollution, ancient inhabitants, and more.

Thank Richard F
Reviewed 3 January 2017

The museum is tiny but well designed and professional done. You don't need a lot of time to see it but it is fun. My husband sent them donations for years afterward so they can keep up their good work.

Thank KayfromLA
Reviewed 9 November 2016

You will be amazed at the size, breadth and quality of exhibits at this museum. Homer has a population of about 5000 and supports this great museum. Exhibits are wide ranging, centering on the natural history of the Southern Kenai Peninsula. The "Gull Cam" is...More

Thank Tiglax
Reviewed 18 October 2016 via mobile

We went there and was blown away. Exhibits on old alaska the great earthquake the ocean full mounted animals are great hiking trails.

Thank phalanx1
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Priscilla H
Is this the museum with the camera on the puffin rock on the way out to Halibut Cove? And is this where I heard the recording of the captain of the ship that caused the Valdez oil spill?
20 May 2015|
Response from Michele S |