Established in 1967 as a centennial museum by the Cordova Historical Society, the museum is operated under the auspices of the City of Cordova while the Cordova Historical Society owns the collection. Currently housed in the Centennial Building on First Street, upon completion, the museum will reside in the Cordova Center also located on First Street. The museum offers exhibitions, programs, publications and other activities ad other activities that engage, enlighten, educate and entertain both community residents and visitors of all ages.
The Cordova Historical Museum is filled with exhibits, which exemplify and bring to life the history and culture of the community. Touching on Commercial Fishing, the United States Coast Guard, the United States Forest Service, Alaska Natives, Resource Development and Aviation, the displays are diverse and engaging.
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Tuesday – Saturday 10 - 5
COST OF ENTRY – By donation