The building appears to be small, but there is a lot to see here. You can plan to stay either an hour or half of a day. From local made quilts to early animals of the area to sea life there is a little of something for everyone here.
We've been visiting in Homer over the past 3-4 months and chose to visit the Pratt on a cloudy, rainy day. We were richly rewarded! It not only gives great vignettes of human history of this area of the Kenai and Kachemak Bay but it provides a ton of specimens and pictures of its rich wildlife and natural beauty. We... 更多
I'd probably only give the Pratt Museum three stars in its current (older, small) state but because the team is working hard in a capital campaign to build a much-needed new museum, I'm giving them four stars -- encouragement to go out and get the money to create the museum of their dreams.
This is an excellent museum, filled with informative exhibits about the history of the area and about northern lights, earthquakes, fish, boats, bears...the list could go on and on. We spent hours there and loved it!
There is a lot to see in this cozy small town museum. There is currently a special art exhibit. Upon closer look, you will see that every item is made from ocean debris. The artwork is astounding. It is mindblowing that all this garbage is polluting our oceans. In the remainder of the museum are exhibits representative of Homer, its... 更多
We spent two hours here and could have spent the better part of the day. The exhibits are well thoughtout and will keep adults and well as children entertained. Make sure you see the old cabin on the property before you leave
We had a rainy day in Homer & visited this museum. Three floors of exhibits. It was a nice & inexpensive way to spend an hour or two.
The museum is deceiving from the outside. It is much larger than it appears and has three floors. Some of the exhibits are interactive and very well done. In particular their marine debris creations were extraordinary. It was educational.