The Museum of the Aleutians was constructed by the City of Unalaska and opened to the public in August 1999. the museum’s mission.
11 am - 5 pm Tuesday - Saturday
The ancestors of the Aleut or Unangan people lived in the Aleutians for millennia, creating one of the most sophisticated adaptations to a maritime environment in human history. The museum showcases masterpieces of Unangan artistry.
The Museum of the Aleutians conserves and presents over 500,000 objects, images and manuscripts that are irreplaceable reflections of the social history and material culture of the Aleutian Islands Region.
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The Museum of the Aleutians was constructed by the City of Unalaska and opened to the public in August 1999. The Museum of the Aleutians Association is a non-profit 501(c) (3) corporation. Our 9,250 square foot facility has state-of-the-art exhibit galleries, collections storage area, laboratory, and a professional staff dedicated to fulfilling the museum’s mission.