Museum

Museum Facility

The University of Alaska Museum of the North is an 84,400-square-foot multiple-use facility. The occupied portion of the facility is composed of four floors dedicated to offices, exhibit galleries and other public spaces, research laboratories, collections and curation space, and an exhibit fabrication shop. An additional two floors are dedicated to mechanical infrastructure.

Take a virtual tour of the Museum galleries and lobby: UAF Virtual Tour


University of Alaska Museum of the North Curatorial Laboratory Hallway

The Elmer E. and Mary Louise Rasmuson Research and Collections Center, located on the lower level of the Museum, contains ten laboratories, collections curatorial areas, and office spaces.


University of Alaska Museum of the North Archaeology Laboratory

Archaeology Laboratory


University of Alaska Museum of the North Earth Science Laboratory

Earth Science Laboratory


Liquid nitrogen generator and cryovats in the University of Alaska Museum of the North's Genomic Resources Facility

Liquid nitrogen generator and cryovats in the Genomic Resources Facility


University of Alaska Museum of the North's Collection Range

Mobile shelving units inside the Collections Range


University of Alaska Museum of the North Earth Science Collection

Specimens on shelves inside the Collections Range


 Exhibits and Digital Media Department Exhibit Fabrication Shop

The Exhibits and Digital Media Fabrication Shop

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