Cape Krusenstern National Monument is a virtual wilderness, and there are no facilities in the park itself. Instead, the park headquarters and visitor center are located in the village of Kotzebue, Alaska, 80 miles to the southwest. The Northwest Arctic Heritage Center provides visitors with park information, orientation and advice about travel logistics, and bear-resistant food containers are available for loan. It's also home to a museum about the Arctic ecosystem and Inupiaq culture. The center houses a great bookstore in cooperation with Alaska Geographic, and park rangers run a variety of public programs for both adults and children. Come and take a virtual tour.
The Northwest Arctic Heritage Center is open year round. Our typical hours are listed below, and you can always call us to confirm hours for a specific date at (907) 442-3890.
The Northwest Arctic Heritage Center has National Park Passport cancellation stamps for Cape Krusentern National Monument, Kobuk Valley National Park, Noatak National Preserve, Bering Land Bridge National Preserve and Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve.
If you have any questions about Noatak National Preserve or the Northwest Arctic Heritage Center's programs, please get in touch.
We can be reached by phone at (907) 442-3890 or by email.
Drop us a line or come by and join us for a program. We'd love to hear from you.
Last updated: June 23, 2022