The Anchorage Museum sits on the traditional homeland of the Eklutna Dena’ina. The museum is committed to recognizing and honoring the land, culture and language of the Dena’ina people. We recognize and respect the continuing connection, by Alaska Native people and all Indigenous people, to the land, waters and communities.
To be a museum for people, place, planet, and potential, in service of a sustainable and equitable North, with creativity and imagination for what is possible.
A place of ideas and transformation, narratives and perspectives, resilient and relevant communities, responsive to a rapidly changing world toward a better future for all.
View our Strategic Framework, which guides our relationships, our work, our future and how we advocate for the people and place we serve.
Land AcknowledgementLand Acknowledgement is a formal statement recognizing the Indigenous people of a place. It is a public gesture of appreciation for the past and present Indigenous stewardship of the lands that we now occupy.
Stories and Voices
Poised in the North and at the edge of the Arctic, the Anchorage Museum is the venue for sparking ideas, investigation, and dialogue.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Anti-Racism
Diversity, equity and inclusion acknowledges differences, ensures people belong and works toward just and equitable solutions.
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Volunteers help us fulfill our mission to connect people, expand perspectives, and encourage global dialogue about the North.
About Our Exhibitions and Programs
We believe museums are places of ideas and exchange, spaces for discussion and for sharing multiple perspectives.
The Anchorage Museum is dedicated to developing strong community ties through active involvement with local organizations and events.
Social Media Guidelines
We strive to create engaging, informative and respectful online experiences for everyone on our social media channels.