Pratt Museum -Homer Society of Natural History
The Pratt Museum is dedicated to the process of education, exploring the natural environment and human experience relative to the Kachemak Bay region of Alaska and its place in the world. The Museum seeks to inspire self-reflection and dialogue in its community and visitors through exhibitions, programs, and collections in the arts, sciences and humanities.
The Pratt Museum is located in Homer, Alaska, on the shores of Kachemak Bay (200 miles south of Anchorage), and is the only natural history museum in the 25,600-square-mile area of the Kenai Peninsula. Indoor exhibits focus on art, natural history, native cultures, homesteading, fishing, marine ecology and the Exxon Valdez oil spill.