Exhibit at Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center.


Alaska Native Gift Shop

The Alaska Native Gift Shop is Interior Alaska’s premier destination for authentic, Alaska Native-made gifts. With a wide selection of one-of-a-kind beaded jewelry, baskets, carvings, and other fine art, it offers a special shopping opportunity you won’t find anywhere else in the world and creates a reliable economic opportunity for Alaska Native artists in rural areas.

There’s always a lot to choose from, and new stock comes in every week – so don’t hesitate! We post inventory updates on Facebook. One of the most exciting options is custom-made beaded gloves and moose hide slippers. You can choose from a selection of beautifully beaded tops to adorn the glove of your choice in just the right size. Or leave your footprint and a master skin-sewer will make custom slippers just for you. Yes, shipping is available!

Open year-round Monday through Saturday. Summer 9am-6pm/Winter 10am-5pm. 

Alaska Geographic Store

store viewed from lobby with shelves of products

The Alaska Geographic Bookstore offers a selection of Interior Alaska-themed gifts ranging from books. Maps and videos to jewelry, handmade knives, and stuffed animals representing the local ecology. You can become a member here, too! 

As the official nonprofit education and fundraising partner to Alaska’s National Parks, National Wildlife Refuges, National Forests, and BLM Conservation Lands, Alaska Geographic creates and delivers exceptional education programs and products through our collaboration with public lands agencies. Alaska Geographic makes Alaska’s public lands more accessible to everyone and keeps them wild for future generations. 

Open year-round Monday through Friday, 12 to 4:00 pm.