Kodiak, Alaska, United States

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Perched on the eastern shore of Kodiak Island, this charming waterfront town offers picturesque scenery, quaint architecture and an abundance of cultural delights.

Settled by the indigenous Alutiiq over 7,000 years ago, it was Russian explorer Stephan Glotov who put Kodiak on the map in 1763. But it was James Cook who who first recorded "Kodiak" in his journals in 1778.

Yet Kodiak is far more than its history, it's beauty on an epic scale. Jagged peaks, fjord-like bays, misty mountains dense with lush vegetation and abundant wildlife are just a few of the reasons this magical isle calls out to the intrepid adventurer.

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  • Baranov Museum Baranov Museum

    Step inside Alaska's oldest wooded structure and be rewarded with displays that offers a window into the lives of prehistoric Natives, remnants from the Russian era and World War II memorabilia.

  • Alutiiq Museum Alutiiq Museum

    Glimpse into the 7,000-year-old Alutiiq culture and history through a collection of 250,000 artifacts that include ornaments, a replica of an 1883 ground squirrel parka, and an authentic "awirnaq," a spruce root hat.

  • Russian Orthodox Church & Seminary Russian Orthodox Church & Seminary

    With its distinctive blue cupolas, the oldest Orthodox parish in North America stands as a reminder of Kodiak's Russian legacy. Inside, a wooden reliquary holds the remains of St. Herman.

  • Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park

    A historic defense installation for the North Pacific during World War II, the site offers numerous World War II bunkers, the Military History Museum as well as sweeping views of both land and sea.

  • Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center

    Learn about Kodiak's flora and fauna through interactive displays, a film on the bears and the bookstore. A variety of kids' programs and a complete skeleton of a grey whale add to the fun.

  • St. Paul Boat Harbor St. Paul Boat Harbor

    Home to many of America's busiest commercial fishing fleets, a stroll along the Harbor Walkway reveals salmon-fishing boats, longliners, crabbers, sport-fishing boats and personal sailboats bobbing up and down in the sparkling waters.

  • Wildlife Cruise Wildlife Cruise

    Set off on an unforgettable adventure on the high seas. Keep your eyes open, you might spot a whale, sea lions, otters, puffins and bald eagles that live along the beautiful coastal landscape.

  • Outdoor Adventures Outdoor Adventures

    The rugged beauty of Mother Nature is on 24-hour display in Kodiak. This outdoorsman's paradise offers activities you won't find anywhere else. Go for a walk, enjoy marine wildlife viewing, hiking, nature watching, and more.

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