The George I. Ashby Memorial Museum is housed in two rustic log cabins next to the historic Copper Center Lodge.
In the first cabin, the visitor can view many historic photos, documents, items from the Kennicott Copper Mine, treasures from “Old Alaska”, and some items reflective of the area’s Native cultural history.
The second cabin is dedicated to the 1898 gold rush and is filled with photos and artifacts from that time period.
Within the museum are handmade, local items available for purchase, as well as books pertinent to the area’s history.
The museum runs strictly on donations. While admission is free, your donations are welcome, appreciated, and needed. The museum is operated by the Copper Valley Historical Society, a non-profit group of volunteers, who opened the museum in 1984.
Free Admission—Donations Appreciated
June 1 – September 15:
7 days a week
11 am – 5 pm