Seldovia Village Tribe Visitor Center

Kenai Peninsula

This visitors center and museum showcases Seldovia’s Alaska Native heritage – a unique blend of Alutiiq (Eskimo) and Tanaina (Indian) cultures. The small, tidy museum covers the history of Alaska Natives in the area, and its subsistence display is informative and interesting. This is also the place to buy souvenirs.

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