Top 8 Things to do on a Rainy Day in Homer, Alaska
We have curated a list of things for those adventurous types who are not afraid to get in a car and drive
or those who aren’t afraid to get a little wet and cold.
Visit the Pratt Museum & Park
Visit the Pratt Museum & Park; they are currently open Thursday through Saturday 11 am to 4 pm. If you stop at the Chamber, you might get a coupon
Visit the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center
Visit the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center (Previously known as Islands and Ocean). They are typically open Wednesday through Saturday 12 pm-4 pm and are a FREE museum.
Head over to Homer Axe House
Want to do something more adventurous? Head over to Homer Axe House and throw some axes around! You can go direct, or book online!
Stroll the Art Shops along Pioneer Avenue
We have wonderful Art Shops all along Pioneer Ave; take a stroll and duck into Art Stores and see what all the fuss is about with our amazing local artists.
Fermentation Trail Tour
How about our Fermentation Trail Tour? It includes Bear Creek Winery, Grace Ridge Brewery, Homer Brewing Company, Sweetgale Meadworks & Cider House, and our newly opened mead house, Odin mead.
Do some shopping Downtown, in Old Town, and on the Spit! You are guaranteed to eye something you have never seen before that you will just be itching to take home.
Dine at One of Our Local Restaurants
Enjoy our many dining options; you can find a dining guide on our website.
Visit the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies or Wynn Nature Center
If you haven’t yet, then you should visit the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies –Wynn Nature Center. They have free trails to walk, sometimes you can find fresh berries ripe for picking, or go on one of their many tours at our Harbor or other nature walks they offer.