One of Alaska’s best museums, the Pratt features excellent exhibits describing Homer’s natural and human histories.
This local museum right in Homer has been around it seems forever. Learn about so many important￼ things
A great place to learn about the history of Homer. There are hiking trails behind the museum.
“Usually three fresh soups to choose from, lots of baked items both sweet and savory.￼ This is not just a tourist destinations, this is where us locals like to eat and meet! ”
“The name suggests something entirely different than it is: a large bar/restaurant/music venue. Hearty food portions, large drink selection, and occasional live music. Tuesday night is Open Mic, and Thursday is Trivia Night. www.alices.club”
“Bishop's Beach was the local access to Anchor Point from Homer, before the Sterling Highway connected the two communities. It is now a great place for picnics, walking your dog (generally an off-leash location; if your dog is too aggressive, keep him or her on leash, please), beach combing, or just enjoying the sound of wind and waves. Always be prepared for cooler temperatures, even in summer, to fully enjoy your stroll on the beach. Generally the water is too cold for swimming.”
“Just general all-around great Italian food and nice ambience. A local favorite.￼”
“True Gourmet food at its finest! If you are not on a strict budget and desire a scrumptious dinner originating from any of the food groups, be sure to dine at one of Homer's finest "higher end" dining rooms.”