Hours of Operation:

Summer* (May-September):

Weekdays 10am-6pm   ------   Weekends 10am-5pm

*Hours vary in May and September depending on the cruise ship schedule*

Off season (October-April): 

Tours and aquarium viewing available by appointment only* Monday-Friday at 2:30pm

We will be closed on the following holidays in the off season: Alaska Day (October 18th), Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day and the Friday following, Christmas Day, New Years Day, MLK Day, and Presidents Day.

*Call (907)463-4810 to make an appointment. We need 24 hours notice to confirm a tour*

Admission Rates:

Standard Admissions

Adult $5.00 l Child $3.00 (12 and under)

Includes an optional 10-15 minute guided presentation and unlimited time of independent exploration of visitor center exhibits, aquariums and gift shop. Allow at least 45 minutes.

Summer daily presentation times:
Every half hour starting at 10:30am
... Last commentary begins 1/2 hour before closing time

Locals

Standard admissions rates apply.

Season passes are available:

Individual Pass $15

Family Pass $45 (allows admissions for you and up to 4 people throughout the summer months)

Extended Hatchery Tour (Late June- Mid August Only)

Adult $15.00 l Child $10.00 

Get a behind the scenes look at our hatchery operations with a tour lasting 35-45 minutes. Tour destinations vary depending on the hatchery activities occurring at the time you visit. Following the tour, enjoy unlimited time for exploring exhibits, aquarium viewing, and browsing the salmon shop in the visitor center. 

Summer Extended Tour Times (Every Day EXCEPT Fridays):
10:15, 11:15, 1:15, 2:15, 3:15

***WILD ALASKAN SALMON DAY****

August 10th has been declared Alaska Wild Salmon Day by Governor Bill Walker. Locals, come celebrate with us by receiving free admissions into our visitor center. This admissions fee includes a guided commentary that will be offered every half hour from 10am-5:30pm. We will also be offering a discount on all our shelf stable salmon products for this one day only! For more information on this Alaskan day, click here.