This place is so much more than a typical visitor center. They've done a beautiful job describing Native Alaskan life and educating the visitor. In fact, while we were there, a class of junior-high (?) students was there with their teacher, using the facility's resources to answer questions on their handout sheets.
My favorite area was a cabin you walked into, which showed the Northern Lights in the sky through the window, and a dog musher sled and supplies in the snow "outside".
They also have a theater in which they show two different 20-minute movies.
The lobby area has all sorts of booklets, pamphlets, maps, and other material, as well as a couple of staffers who are very willing to answer questions. There is plenty of free parking, and the property abuts the Chena River walkway.
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