Located in Denali, the Murie Science and Learning Center is run by the National Park Service in partnership with Alaska Geographic and other organizations. The Center is open from 9:30 am—5 pm daily from late September through May 14th, and for advertised events only from May 15 through late September, 2018.
An artist sketch of the Murie Science and Learning Center

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Our museum area has numerous exhibits featuring research that is being performed in Denali and other Alaska national parks. We offer exhibits for all ages, including a hands-on exploration station for families! There are also comfortable chairs and science publications to enjoy on cold and wet days.

The main building also contains a large, dividable classroom with video-teleconferencing equipment, a conference room, and office space capable of hosting 15 partners, science educators, and researchers. Other MSLC facilities include a nearby dining facility, a front-country yurt for visiting researchers and presenters, and a remote field camp featuring six tent cabins (that sleep 24 total), a food storage facility and a yurt. Situated at mile 29 of the Denali Park Road, the field camp provides convenient accommodations within the park for MSLC education courses and permitted researchers.

Last updated: September 5, 2018