The Museum recently reopened from a major renovations–the most significant in the museum’s 50 years. The museum’s entry and interior have received improved accessibility features, an expanded and improved area to store the museum’s collections, improvements to visitor flow and experience, and upgraded safety equipment.
A subsequent phase will include the addition of a gallery and office space on the south facade.
These improvements are made possible by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the State of Alaska, the Patrons of the Pratt Society, and individual donors. Thank you!