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Maxine & Jesse Whitney Museum, Valdez

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Admission is by donation.

We are open by appointment or chance in the winter, so please call ahead. 907-834-1690. Summer hours are Memorial Day- Labor Day, 9 a.m.- 7 p.m.

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  • Loved visiting. Just a little gem in Valdez! Can't wait to come back and visit! Had a fantastic collection of Alaskan history. 
    Loved visiting. Just a little gem in Valdez! Can't wait to come back and visit! Had a fantastic collection of Alaskan history.  more »
  • Most of the museums we have visited in Alaska charge an admission fee, but this one is free and worth it! It is the various items collected by Maxine Whitney, mostly Inuit artifacts, and some... 
    Most of the museums we have visited in Alaska charge an admission fee, but this one is free and worth it! It is the various items collected by Maxine Whitney, mostly Inuit artifacts, and some...  more »
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  • Great artifact and historic displays. Free admission... Donations welcomed. Wear your mask please.
  • Amazing museum, lots to see and learn. Attendant was very friendly and knowledgable. This is a free museum open to the public. They do have a donation box, but everyone is welcomed equally.

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