From 10-5 on Wednesdays during the summer, come downtown for fresh produce and Alaskan made gifts. Located at Wasilla Iditapark near the Wonderland playground.

Join us for Trails Day, Knik Community Potluck Picnic, Alaska Day Dinner, Hobo Jim concerts, and Annual Meeting. 


Free benefit concert by Hobo Jim  MAY  be in early September.  Check back for updates later in the summer. Meanwhile, enjoy Hobo Jim Facebook Live concerts!

              2020 EVENTS

Wasilla Farmers' Market   

Enjoy fresh produce,  Alaska gifts and more.  Open 10 am - 6 pm. every Wednesday during the summer.  Now at the corner of Nelson and Weber in Wasilla Iditapark.  

Wasilla Knik Historical Society

300 n boundAry Street

wasilla, alaska 99654

907-376-2005  Message Phone

907-376-7755  MUSEUM PHONE


Visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/KnikMuseum/?fref=ts

There are many ways you can learn about and help preserve our local history.   

​​WKHS Board meets on the last Tuesday of each month. Our Annual Meeting will be held at 4:00pm on January 26, followed by our regular monthly meeting. The Annual Meeting is open to all members whose dues are paid for 2021. Thanks to a gracious donor, ALL 2020 members' dues have been paid for 2021!

Wasilla Farmers' Market-Open each Wednesday during the summer months at Wonderland Park by Iditapark.


Every Month

Learn about gold mining, dog mushing, homesteading Alaska and more. Located at Mile 13.9 Knik-Goosebay Road. Open Wednesday-Sunday 1-6 pm from June 3-October 30. Closed in the winter. Other tours by request.



Our annualAlaska Day Dinner was canceled this year. Check back for 2021 plans. 

Annual Potluck Picnic and Social 

Cancelled for this summer. 



Every Wednesday 10-6

Wasilla Knik Historical Society


Dog Sled Rides available again this winter with Redington Kennels. Contact them at gone2mush@gmail.com

Trails Day-Usually the first weekend in June. Cancelled for this summer. 

Coleen Mielke has uploaded the daily diary of O.G. Herning, who came to Alaska in 1898 and had businesses in Knik and Wasilla. See her complete list of local history documents here. Scroll down to see the Herning Diary.