Alaska Native Heritage building and grounds.

Emily Edenshaw

Cultural Tourism Businesses in Alaska

Alaska Natives have stewarded the lands of what is now called the state of Alaska since time immemorial. With hundreds of distinct Alaska Native tribes, one of the state’s greatest… Read More

Call For Artists!

The Alaska Native Heritage Center (ANHC) is seeking artists to participate in the Batuk’enelyashi: Natural Dyes from Dena’ina Lands Project, a collaborative workshop provided by ANHC in partnership with the Alaska… Read More

Free, fun, educational opportunity for Alaska Native youth!

The Alaska Native Heritage Center’s Ilakucaraq Project (I.P.) has a free, fun, educational, statewide travel immersion opportunity for Alaska Native youth beginning in June 2022! Ilakucaraq (pronounced Ee-la-cou-jaw-ga-ck) means “being together” in Yugtun, the language of… Read More

ANHC is temporarily closed to the public from February 2024 – May 2024 for renovations to ANHC’s facility.