AIA is located in historic Fort Seward in what was the Fort Hospital. For nearly fifty years, AIA has been dedicated to keeping alive the forms and traditions of Northwest Coast Art. Artists in residence practice totem carving, silverwork, printmaking and also experiment with new forms. Historic artifacts, regalia, and contemporary artwork are also displayed.

Historic #13 Fort Seward Dr.
PO Box 271
Haines, AK 99827
Phone (907) 766-2160

Fine art photographic prints.  Located across from Cruise Ship Dock. 

PO Box 549
Haines, AK  99827
PH:  907-767-5410

An art gallery highlighting artists in Haines

219 Main St.
PO Box 633
Haines, AK  99827
PH:  907-303-0222

Gallery owners John and Sharon Svenson invite you to experience their unique studio-gallery with its spectacular glacier view located just 7 miles out Mud Bay Road. Local artists are usually hard at work on the torch and easel. The gallery showcases a variety of work, including watercolors, flame-worked beads, bronze, wood, glass mosaic mirrors, damascus steel, oil paintings, cast silver, and more. Open year round.

PO Box 449
Haines, AK 99827
Phone/Fax (907) 766-2097

What better place to orient yourself than at the museum dedicated to the history, culture and art of Haines and the Chilkat Valley. Native Tlingit art and culture, Haines history (Presbyterian Mission, Eldred Rock Lighthouse, Shipwrecks, Army Fort, Fishing, Logging, Mining) and the work of local artists are on display. Research archives.

Visit the GIFT SHOP and support Haines' artists and writers. Locally made high quality gifts and jewelry, wide variety of books about local area.


11 Main St.
PO Box 269
Haines, AK  99827
PH:  907-766-2366

The Jilkaat Kwaan Cultural Heritage and Bald Eagle Preserve Visitor Center opened on May 14, 2016, nearly a century after the idea of putting a cultural museum in the small Tlingit village 22 miles north of Haines was first discussed. The main tourist draw for the new center may be its 200-year-old Whale House artifacts with their checkered history and comparisons to Elgin Marbles and the Sistine Chapel, but the site offers much more for Klukwan and visitors. Down the path a little ways is a traditional knowledge camp, where subsistence skills continue to be taught (Salmon Camp runs from July 22-Aug. 26 this year). A hospitality center offers gifts and food. Within the building itself will be space for carvers and weaves to work and room for cultural classes of all kinds in addition to the museum.

22 Mile Haines Highway (Klukwan)
Haines, Alaska 99827
PH:  907-767-5485


Gallery features local artists and their products for sale.  Owner, Laura Rodgers.  Seasonal

127 2nd Ave.
Haines, AK  99827
PH:  907-303-3333

Visit the Trapper's Cabin at Totem Village in the Fort Seward Parade Grounds to experience the woodcarving world of hometown multimedia artist, Tresham Gregg.  Tresham is usually carving in the studio gallery. He works in a variety of media, including paintings, silk screen prints, silver and beaded jewelry, and puppets of all sorts. You may even get an impromptu puppet show of your very own.
Seasonal, May through September.

PO Box 776
Haines, AK  99827
Phone (907) 766-2540

Unique US and Alaskan made products, including original art and prints, felted pillows and hats, pottery, jewelry, and accessories. For a quick peek, visit us on Facebook.

221 Main St.
Haines, AK  99827
PH:  907-314-0020


If you would like to discover the wonder of photography in Haines, Alaska, and are looking for a personalized Alaska photography workshop?  Look no further.  Private photography workshops emphasizing on landscape and wildlife photography including technical and compositional aspects of photography, as well as post-processing techniques.  Lodging and vehicle use included in our workshop packages for those who are making Haines a destination vacation experience.   Also check his virtual gallery out!

PO Box 811
Haines, AK  99827

Located on the corner of 2nd and Willard Street across from Haines Visitor's Center, this large and stunning gallery is full of eclectic art from local artist, Tresham Gregg as well as others. Gregg blends Northwest Native Spiritism with his own brand of artistic stylization for unique concepts and images in a variety of media, including woodcarvings, silk screen prints, silver and beaded jewelry, paintings, and puppets.  Open May through September, 11 am - 5 pm most days.

201 Willard Street
PO Box 776
Haines, AK  99827
Phone (907) 766-3525 or 766-2540

Located just up Portage Street from the cruise ship dock, the Whale Rider Gallery features some of the best of Tresham Gregg's art works, hosted by Annette Smith, lifelong Haines artisan and actress, who is usually found painting Tresham's woodcarvings in the shop. As a daughter of one of the families who purchased the Fort when it was decommissioned after WWII, she knows plenty about the Fort's history and is happy to answer any questions. Open sporadically and on cruise ship days from May to September

21 Portage Street
PO Box 776
Haines, AK  99827
Phone/FAX (907) 766-2540

Located on Portage Street just up from the Cruise Ship Dock. Walk along a brick path surrounded by a beautiful Alaska garden to an intimate art gallery specializing in fine and local jewelry, Eskimo art, silkscreen works, Northwest coastal art, and unique pieces created of amber and local Gold Rush Alaska gold. Jewelry and eye glasses repairs available.
Open year round.

Box 77
Haines, AK 99827
Phone (907) 766-2300