The Kenai Peninsula and Southcentral Alaska Sights

Pratt Museum

  • Bartlett St. Map It
  • Homer

Fodor's Review

The Pratt is an art gallery and a cultural and natural-history museum rolled into one. In addition to monthly exhibits showcasing some of Alaska's finest artists, the museum has an exhibit on the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill; botanical gardens; nature trails; a gift shop; and pioneer, Russian, and Alaska Native displays. You can spy on wildlife with robotic video cameras set up on a seabird rookery and at the McNeil River Bear Sanctuary. A refurbished homestead cabin and outdoor summer exhibits are along the trail out back.

Sight Information


Bartlett St., off Pioneer Ave., Homer, Alaska, 99603, USA

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Sight Details:

  • $8
  • Mid-May–mid-Sept., daily 10–6; mid-Sept.–Dec. and Feb.–mid-May, Tues.–Sun. noon–5. Closed Jan.


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