The Talkeetna Historical Society was founded in 1972 by residents concerned
with protecting Talkeetna's historical sites. We are a non-profit organization who safeguards the
uniqueness of our rural Alaskan community, Talkeetna, in the preservation of our historical
past in its Museum, and its many other historical buildings and trails.
Fundraising events, along with museum admissions, enable the Society to continue work on important projects, such as the stabilization
of Belle's Barn and an interpretive trail. In addition to a variety of exhibits, the Little Red School House
Museum has a unique gift store, offering a large selection of books about the area and its
historical past. Please join us in helping to protect and preserve Talkeetna's history by
becoming a member, and by making a contribution to the Talkeetna Historical Society.
Talkeetna was placed on the National Register of Historic Places
April 26, 1993.