Museums, Native & Historical Sites
The Alaska SeaLife Center is the only facility of its kind in Alaska, combining a public aquarium with marine research, education, and wildlife rescue and rehabilitation. The Center is open year-round and offers daily guided tours with animal care professionals that engage visitors directly with marine mammals, birds, and octopuses!
This 10-acre park on the Tanana River, located 9 miles northwest of Delta Junction via the Richardson/Alaska Highway, is open May 15 to Labor Day. A major attraction here is Rika’s Roadhouse. Also log cabin museums, walking trails, and picnic tables.
Housed in the Old Territorial Administration Building, a National Historic Site, the museum features gold rush and First Nations history.