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About us

The Alpine Historical Park is a open air historical park and museum located in the midst of the small community of Sutton at mile 61.6 of the Glenn Highway in the Matanuska Valley, Alaska.

The Alpine Historical Park provides community members, as well as visitors from far or near, a look back in time to understand the heritage and cultures of the early settlers of the Sutton and Chickaloon area.

The Park is a place for family and community members, often being used for gatherings, parties, business events, community picnics and many other events! In the Sutton and Chickaloon area Alpine Historical Park has become a community center.

The park is also open to those who simply want to enjoy quiet moments or walks through meandering paths surrounded by lush lawns, flourishing beds of flowers and berries, within the community gardens, all tucked between majestic mountain ranges.

The emphasis of our site is not only to maintain the current structures, exhibits, and grounds but to continue to develop an educational and historical setting for the Sutton and Chickaloon community.

Check the Events Calender for 2015

The Alpine Historical Society will be doing our annual fundraising raffle and silent auction to be held at the Coal Miner’s Ball, Saturday April 25th at the Alpine Inn in Sutton.

The Sutton Picnic, June 28, Sunday 1-4p

Valley Trash Show and Shine July 18 Saturday 11-3p

If you have any questions concerning Alpine Historical Park you can reach us at (907) 745-7000. We are looking forward to hearing from you. You can also contact us at our e-mail address: info@alpinehistoricalpark.org.