Experience Alaska's indigenous cultures

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THE ALASKA NATIVE HERITAGE CENTER IS THE PREMIER DESTINATION FOR CULTURAL EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES. SECURE YOUR TICKET TO AN UNFORGETABLE EXPERIENCE. MEET THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF ALASKA FACE-TO-FACE AND HEAR THEIR STORIES.

The Alaska Native Heritage Center is open for summer season on Mother's Day, May 14, 2017 until Mid-September. 

Summer rates and information below:

Adults - $24.95 
Seniors/Military - $21.15 
Children - $16.95 (Ages 7-16) 
Free for children six and younger 

Audio Tour - $5.00 for Ipod touch rental and headphones. Audio tour includes videos, scavenger hunt, schedule and more. Download on your personal device FREE

Culture Pass Joint Ticket $29.95 Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center and the Alaska Native Heritage Center are offering a special joint-admission ticket for both facilities for only $29.95, a savings of over $5.00 per person. Available at the either location at the ticket office. There is a complimentary shuttle between the two facilities.

Family Admission - $71.50 (2 adults, 2 children)
Each additional adult family member is $16.95
Each additional child is $14.95

Dog Cart Rides - $10 per guest Team Baker Tours Qipmigaq (kip-mi-gak) is an Inupiaq word meaning traveling with dogs. Enjoy a dog cart ride through a wooded path.   Joint ticket with musuem entry.

Groups - $20.00 per person for groups of 20 or more.  Must pay together with one form of payment. Tour operators or Travel Agents please contact - Lauren "Ruby" Hughes (907) 330-8013, at 800-315-6608 or by email.

Private Tour Guide - $125 in addition to admission. For up to 8 guests, up to 3 hour tour. Must be reserved 24 hours prior to arrival please.

Ask for Alaska Resident discount 

All Members including ANCSA Shareholder and Descendent Members
Admission for members is complimentary with sign up for free membership.  For more information on contribution levels, click here.

Note: All discounted rates require proof of eligibility and apply to one ticket only.

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