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To find such an array of artefacts collected by one person is quite remarkable. The museum is well laid out and gives you a broad overview of natural Alaskan art and customs.
Allow at least an hour for your visit.
To think of the love and care that went into collecting all of these items while supporting the small native communities in Alaska is quite amazing. Beautiful taxidermized specimen, handmade items, etc. It's small but packed with high quality items. The lady at the reception...More
The museum is located in the city and it's free. It shows part of Maxine collection of artifacts from Alaska. It has different stones, stuffed real wild life that you can find in Alaska. Different clothing artifacts and tools. It is well displayed and worth...More
Wow, what a collections of unique items by one couple. Its a small museum, free, right next to the college. plenty of parking. We had an RV, we parked on the street. This little museum had a life size moose, bear, and other staffed animal....More