The Roundhouse at Alyeska Museum’s two primary missions are to convey the history of the Girdwood Valley and to be self-sustaining. Conveying the history focuses on dynamic exhibits, publication of local history books, and speaker and artist visits. Ongoing Roundhouse operation is supported by Alyeska Resort and John Byrne III.
The Roundhouse at Alyeska Museum is a project of Girdwood, Inc. Girdwood, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization created for “educational and charitable” purposes in the Girdwood area. Girdwood, Inc. undertakes its own projects and provides services and support for other community efforts.
Girdwood Inc. Board of Directors
Dale Goodwin, President
Lynn Johnson, Vice President
Lynne’ Doran, Secretary
Diana Stone Livingston, Treasurer
Chris Von Imhof, Honorary Member
Girdwood, Inc. provides assistance to a variety of projects, including: the Girdwood Playground Committee, the Girdwood Trails Committee, the Library and Community Center Project, the Diane Bahnson Memorial Fund, the Nissman Memorial Pavilion Project, the Turnagain Arm Health Center and the Girdwood Skate Board Park. Learn more about Girdwood, Inc.
Roundhouse at Alyeska Museum Info
Fall Hours are 10 AM to 5:30 PM
7 Days a week.
Winter hours open 12 PM until 7:30 PM
Friday – Sunday (hours are subject to change)
Admission to the Roundhouse Museum is FREE.