Museum Calendar

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Book cover showing a person walking across a snowy landscape, with the words:
Tuesday, May 31
12:00 PM
UA Museum of the North Auditorium

Author and scientist Katey Walter Anthony and artist Ina Timling will share conversation about the intersection of permafrost methane science and art. They will discuss their collaboration, share slides, and read excerpts. A book signing will follow.

This spring, the museum is articulating and suspending a 43' Bowhead Whale skeleton from the lobby ceiling.

This spring, the museum articulated and suspended a 43' Bowhead Whale skeleton from the lobby ceiling.

A totem pole carved with a variety of colorful designs, with trees in the background.
UA Museum of the North

Explore artwork and history outside on the museum grounds.

360 degree view of museum grounds.

Take a walk about the exterior of the UA Museum of the North to experience historical artifacts, scientific specimens, and larger-than-life artwork. Use your phone's GPS to navigate from stop to stop, or view and listen from anywhere in the world. Download the UAMN Mobile App and Audio Guide.

Green aurora lights dance across the night sky.
Museum Auditorium

Enjoy a movie in the museum auditorium! Movie offerings change on a regular basis. Additional charge applies.

Butterfly and moth specimens in a drawer.
UA Museum of the North Website

Visit the UA Museum of the North from home with resources for all ages!

Three children sitting at a table, working on a craft project.
UA Museum of the North Website

Create and discover with your family! Explore our archive of over a hundred hands-on activities for all ages, designed to do at home.