The Wrangell Museum is located in the James & Elsie Nolan Center. The museum offers an historical interpretive walk through Wrangell's colorful history. Exhibits feature everything from natural environment to Native Culture, fur trade, gold rush, military presence and much more.
In addition, there is a central area that allows for a three to five minute video highlighting different topics from Wrangell’s past. Over 250 photos from the museum collection, which number over six thousands, have been selected for display. Many of the museums three-dimensional artifacts are also used as well as several borrowed artifacts that help with the interpretations of different aspects of Wrangell’s rich history.
The museum storage area is also available for viewing through a window in the back of the main gallery.
A gift shop is also attached to the gallery with many local handmade items, books and other gift items.
Summer May 1-September 30
Winter October 1-April 30
Megan Clark, Museum Director
296 Campbell Drive
PO Box 1050
Wrangell AK 99929