More a research facility and museum than a visitor center, this impressive place has numerous cool interactive exhibits. The best is a room that’s a…
- Top ChoiceAlaska Islands & Ocean Visitor Center
- Top ChoicePratt Museum
There’s lots of local art and Alaska Native artifacts, but a more impressive feature is the interactive displays on the area’s wildlife, designed to…
- Homer Spit
Generally known as ‘the Spit,’ this long needle of land – a 4.5-mile sandbar stretching into Kachemak Bay – is viewed by some folks as the most fun…
- ACarl E Wynn Nature Center
Situated on the bluffs above Homer, this moose-ridden 140-acre reserve is highly recommended for families and anyone interested in the area’s ethnobotany …
- Norman Lowell Studio
This surprisingly spacious gallery features the work of the self-taught homesteading painter. While it can get a little Bob Ross and cheesy, many of the…
- Fireweed Gallery
This gallery can get good local wares, and has more than just art to hang on your walls: sculptures, carvings, baskets and more are all on offer.
- Bunnell Street Gallery
The town's best gallery, with monthly shows of fine art. You can also buy stunning jewelry and pottery.
- Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies
This nonprofit organization devoted to promoting appreciation of Kachemak Bay’s ecosystem, runs the Carl E Wynn Nature Center and the Peterson Bay Field…
- Art Shop Gallery
Alaska art, on every wall. You'll find plenty of watercolors and other mediums here.
- Homer Council of the Arts
The nexus of art. There are plans to expand this workshop and gallery space.
- Ptarmigan Arts
Local cooperative gallery with stained class, wood carvings and pottery.
- Seafarer’s Memorial
Statue on the Homer Spit for local seafarers lost at sea.