See the Proud History of the Girdwood Valley
The Roundhouse at Alyeska Museum
The Roundhouse sits 2,280 feet above sea level and is accessible by aerial tram or ski lift. The distinctive octagonal building first served as a warming hut and later as a popular mountain gathering place. Built in 1960, the Roundhouse was placed on the National Historic Register in 2003, and is now a museum and interpretive center. Learn More.
The James Girdwood Collection
The Roundhouse at Alyeska Museum is proud to announce The James Girdwood Collection: Photos from 1896-1904. This book is the culmination of an archiving and digitizing process that has preserved a big part of the history of the town of Girdwood.
11 AM to 3 PM
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10 AM to 7 PM
7 days a week
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