Alaska Flags

The Alaska state flag symbolizes the diversity, location, natural beauty and strength of “The Land of the Midnight Sun.” Designed in 1927 by John Bell Benson, a 13-year old orphan from Seward, the blue field represents the sky, sea, mountain lakes and wildflowers of Alaska. Blue also captures the color of the forget-me-not, an Alaskan flower. Seven of eight emblazoned gold stars form the Big Dipper, a constellation often referred to as the Great Bear--an animal indigenous to Alaska and a symbol of the state’s strength. The eighth star, being the North Star, represents the Northern most state.

5 Products

Outdoor Alaska flags
Indoor Alaska Flags
Alaska Flag Sets
Small Alaska flag
Select up to 4 items to compare.
Select up to 4 items to compare.

Welcome to the store