This museum is dedicated to the Aleutian Islands and in particular to Dutch Harbor and Unalaska, which were occupied by the Japanese during World War II. The museum has many things that were donated by people who survived the attack. The indigenous population, the Unangan, were evacuated and many of them never returned. On the second floor there is a recreation of the radio exchange. If you are interested in history, do not miss this museum.
This museum has one of the best collections of Aleutian art and relics. There is a king crab hun on the wall. Besides native artifacts, the museum also exhibits works by local artists. The museum shop has many good books about the history of the islands.
Mount Ballyhoo is on Dutch Harbor Island, which was occupied for 15 months for the Japanese during World War II. On top of this small mountain are some concrete ruins, where American soldiers hid. You can walk up to the top, it's worth it, but only if the weather is nice, because it's very windy on Dutch Harbor Island and it rains often. Thousands of soldiers dies here, and it's very impressive walking around. You can also see lots of nature and imperial eagles.