Kodiak Island Vacation Packages
Juneau, the state capital, is roughly 730 miles (1175 kilometers) east of Kodiak Island, while Anchorage is 310 miles (499 kilometers) to the northeast.
Learn more about the past at Russian-American Magazin and SS Albert M. Boe, just two of the interesting heritage sites in Kodiak Island. To learn more about the past, it’s also valuable to explore some of the other ancient structures and monuments in Kodiak Island.
The Alutiiq Museum is an inspiring few hours for those looking for something a little different in Kodiak Island. Take a self-guided tour, see the highlights, and then ask for tips from the locals to discover some of the more niche museums in town.
Hear the echoes of history’s cannon-fire at Kodiak Island's historic forts and other defense structures. The Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park played an important role in repelling enemy invaders over the years, but today is a peaceful and welcoming attraction for sightseers from near and far.