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.
Summer Hours of Operation
May – September
9:30 am – 6:30 pm
Admission to the Roundhouse Museum is FREE.