Plan Your Visit

Stay up-to-date on Iditarod Sled Dog Race fan attendance opportunities.

In preparation for the 2021 Iditarod we want to share with all our race fans that at this time it is unclear what opportunities will be available for fans to watch the race in person. If you can be flexible with travel plans please know that we do expect to have greater clarity in the coming weeks. If you need to make a “go/no go” decision in the short term we suggest you consider postponing your trip for the 50th running of the Last Great Race in 2022.
 
Please continue to check this page for updated information on spectator event availability and guidelines. We will be formulating guidance for tour groups in the coming weeks.

 

Alaska Department of Health and Social Services COVID-19 Health Guidance for Alaska Travelers

 

 

 

The Iditarod Headquarters


Add a part of Alaska history to your visit! Watch race footage and view trophies, displays, and photos in the Iditarod Museum. Browse the Iditarod store and pick up a souvenir and race memorabilia.

COVID-19 restrictions

The Iditarod wants to provide a safe, clean environment for guests and employees during this time where individuals may feel uneasy about visiting places. 

  • Hours of operation are limited
  • Guests/groups are asked to remain six feet apart
  • Masks are recommended 

Not able to visit us in person? That is okay, you can support the Iditarod via our Iditarod Store available online at Iditarodstore.com.

 

 

WE ARE OPEN!

Gift Shop

Iditarod Video

Photo and Memorabilia Displays

 

Winter Iditarod Museum and Store Hours

Monday – Friday

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Free admission

 

Location

2100 S. Knik-Goose Bay Rd., Wasilla

Just after the mile 2 marker

(907) 376-5155 x108

 

Visit Alaska and Discover it for Yourself


Alaska is an exciting place for people of all ages and interests. For some, it’s enough to just sit back and soak it all in, by boat, train, car, and plane. Others may feel the call to hike the odd glacier, mush a team of sled dogs, jet boat down an untamed river, or kayak among the fjords. Your Alaska vacation can be all this and more. There’s a reason we call it “The Great Land”—discover it for yourself. 

 

   

 

Any businesses interested in being listed on a specific business directory section, please contact Krystin Bogan at k.bogan@iditarod.com for a rate card.

 

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