Cooper Landing Museum Cooper Landing Museum Cooper Landing Museum


PO Box 542 ¤ Cooper Landing, Alaska ¤ 99572 ¤ 907-598-1042

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Cooper Landing's history is displayed in two historic buildings: Jack Lean's Cabin built in the late 1920's and the home of the Cooper Landing Post Office for almost 40 years.
The School House built in 1955 and used until September 2001.
Both buildings were moved to the museum site
(owned by the Cooper Landing Community Club)
on the south shore of the Kenai River.

Open May 15th through September 15th
Wednesday through Monday
NOON to 5:00 P.M.
or by appointment

The museum is manned by volunteers and funded through donations, sales in museum store, and garage sales.


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Visit the home of the Dead Bear Walking, the articulated skeleton of a 20-year-old brown bear!
View the 8-foot tall photograph of mid-Cooper Landing and the Kenai River.

Hands-on medical instruments used by Dr. Joseph H. Romig and Dr. Howard G. Romig 1896-1980!

See furniture and other articles used by early residents.


View a Slab of History, the approximately 600 year-old slab of Sitka Spruce.


PO Box 542 ¤ Cooper Landing, Alaska ¤ 99572 ¤ 907-598-1042
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©Since 2006 ~ Cooper Landing Historical Society and Museum