Alaska Museums Map shows the location of various museums that were built in the cities of the state. Hope, Anvik, Sutton, Copper Center, Valdez, Eagle, Petersberg, Kodiak, Cordova, Nome, Wrangell, Barrow, Kenai, Elfin Cove, Sitka, Wasilla and several other cities of Alaska house a range of historically enriched museums. The Tongass Historical museum situated at Ketchkan is popular for fishing port and copper and gold mining zones. The Knik Museum located at Wasilla in Alaska is famous for the two edifices of the old town, a wide range of dishes, apparels and artifacts belonging to the ancient city of Knik. Kodiak Historical Society, being the sole example of Russian architecture, is another interesting site of Alaska which is known to possess a collection of Russian samovar, specimen of World War II, fisheries and the ruling era of America, maps, photographs and documents. Dorothy Page Museum and Old Wasilla Townsite Park of Alaska showcases the history of the natives of Wasilla along with an excellent manifestation of the natural evolution of the place. The University of Alaska Museum at Fairbanks, The Valdez Museum and Historical Archive at Valdez and The Kodiak Baranov Museum are some other museums of the place which are also indicated in the Alaska state map.