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This award-winning regional museum is closed from September 5, 2018 until it's grand re-opening on May 4, 2019. The Pratt Museum is undergoing significant and long overdue renovations this winter to modernize physical accessibility, as well as to...more
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The Pratt museum has a great display of local history and their people. If you have a couple of hours it is a great way to learn some local culture. They have a lot packed into a small place. My wife and 3 teenage boys...More
So glad we visited this local museum. It helped us better understand the people of this unique area of America. they had several videos that were extremely interesting. The live bird cams were fascinating.
Enjoyed the first floor exhibits. Learned a great deal about the local history and culture from the Kachemak Bay an exploration of people and place. Videos of three locals was particularly interesting and included the Kilcher’s. The marine and stewardship galleries are also interesting and...More
Our cruise ship spent the day in Homer and we enjoyed spending time at the Pratt Museum.. Reasonably priced and the staff was so pleasant .. Lots of great displays and information.Enjoyed a leisurely pace looking at everything.
We visited the small cabin outside and...More
Lots of good information on the area, the people, the 1964 earthquake and the Exxon Valdez spill. This is a well done museum for such a small town. If you are interested in what makes Homer such a treasure, this is the place to go.
Lots of interesting memorabilia and good history of the Homer area. Several good movies and interactive exhibits to interest young and old alike. One video is a historical summary of the Kilcher family (Alaska The Last Frontier) in Homer.