Pratt Museum/Homer Society of Natural History
Award-winning museum of Culture, Science and Art. The Pratt Museum's exhibits emerge from community collaborations and propel visitors beyond Museum walls to historic and contemporary life around Kachemak Bay, providing an intimate means of understanding people and place. Exhibits examine topics in the context of current social, environmental, and political issues, fostering self-reflection and dialogue among visitors. The Pratt's innovative approach has gained national recognition.Exhibits are both indoor and outdoor and include a remote wildlife camera, aquaria with intertidal marine creatures, a botanical garden and forest trails, free programs for youth, self-guided tours and more! Closed in January. The Pratt Museum preserves the stories of the Kachemak Bay region and provides a gathering place for people to learn and be inspired by this region and its place in the world.
Sterling Highway in Homer turn onto Pioneer Ave. and then North on Bartlett St, Pratt Museum is half a block up on the left