- Located high up on Alyeska Mountain
- Built in 1960 as a warming hut
- Restored in 2003 by Girdwood Inc and now a historical museum with FREE access
- Access this museum by skiing to the round house or ride the tram
Excerpt from The Roundhouse’s Website:
“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.
Admission to the Roundhouse Museum is FREE.
Bring your family and friends for a visit!
You’ll be surprised what there is to learn when you visit the Roundhouse!”