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I had friends visit Alaska for the first time and they are big fans of the Iditarod and dog mushing. The gift shop is a great spot, they had a cool "hall-of-fame" and lots of stories from the trail. The hdq also has a cool...More
There is a gift shop and a very small museum with a video. I was a little unimpressed with the video, it is basically a justification for using the dogs in the race which is interesting but I was hoping for more of the history...More
This museum is dedicated to the infamous Iditarod Dog Sled Race that takes place every March. The race is from Anchorage to Nome and is raced every year in remembrance of the serum that was needed when diphtheria broke out in 1925.
There is quite...More
The Iditarod Trail Museum houses memorabilia from the Iditarod itself and there is a very interesting movie which shows the history of the race. Outside there are often puppies to hold and pet. You can also go on a short, but exciting ride on a...More
We looked through the small gift shop and watched the movie about the Iditarod. The room where the movie plays (really a VHS played on a big screen television – think 1980s) is filled with photos of previous winners of the race and the trophy....More
This was a short stop on our way back from Denali to Seward. Just a short way down Knik-Goose Bay Road, the Iditarod Trail Museum houses memorabilia from the Iditarod itself and there is a movie to see. Outside there are cute little puppies to...More
We were lucky to visit when the Redingtons were there with their dogs. Joe Redington, Sr. was the father of the Iditarod race. His son and daughter-in-law answered all of our questions about the race. They encourage you to pet the puppies! I wished we...More
This is the complete opposite direction on the way to Seward… You will need to drive north for about an hour to go see Headquarters then turn around and head back to Anchorage, only then to head down to Sewarrd. From... More
This is the complete opposite direction on the way to Seward… You will need to drive north for about an hour to go see Headquarters then turn around and head back to Anchorage, only then to head down to Sewarrd. From Anchorage plan about 70 to 80 miles round trip. If you’re on your way to Denali Park then this is enroute.
Yes there is RV parking.