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.
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!
Photo and Memorabilia Displays
Iditarod Museum & Store Hours
Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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.
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- Alaska Bureau of Land Management
- Arctic Paws for Service
- Visit Anchorage – Iditarod Sled Dog Race”
Sites Related to Alaska, Alaskan Geography, and Survival
- Active Volcanos of the World
- Aurora — Paintings in the Sky
- Alaska Volcano Observatory
- Center for Earthquake Research – Univ. of Memphis
- Mountain Mover Earth Shaker
- National Snow and Ice Data Center
- The Aurora Page
- The Retreat of Glaciers in North America
- USGS — Long Valley Volcano Observatory
- Volcanic Hazards
- Volcano World
- USGS Glaciers and Glaciations
- Why the Earth Moves
- What is a Glacier?