Alaska SeaLife Center

The Alaska SeaLife Center opened its doors May 2, 1998. This facility provides public education about the marine environment, marine research facilities, and rehabilitation of injured marine mammals and seabirds. Visitors not only view fish, seabirds, and marine mammals in natural-looking environments, but can also watch scientists conducting hands-on research. Of the $55 million total cost, the Trustee Council provided $26.2 million for the research portions of the facility necessary for the restoration program.

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