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I was pleasantly surprised when I went in to the Museum just to pick up something. Had no idea there was a Museum in Wasilla. I did not get a chance to spend a lot of time there, but what I saw was very informative...More
This is a must see while visiting Wasilla. Many period items to see as well as specialty exhibits. Several out buildings to get a glimpse of the past. A school house and post office. They have a local story teller that speaks from the heart.
We enjoyed our stop at the Dorothy G Page Museum. There is more to see than it looks from the outside. We especially liked the history of the clothing made by Alaska Natives, a highlight was the waterproof raincoat made from intestines. At different times,...More
Saw many nice things. Went to visit on Friday and found out Fridays are free so that was nice. There was a elderly man there named Corky that explained some of the displays. He was really nice. Told us he graduated in that building. I...More
Staff very friendly but lots of items didn't have explanations of what they were. Hopefully the quality will go up when they are moved. Boxes all over the place so couldn't see some displays. Great explanation of the Iditarod.
Extremely friendly staff and a wealth of local history make this an enjoyable place to visit. It also serves as the Wasilla visitor center. The grounds are comprised of the museum itself, and a set of buildings comprising the original town of Wasilla, which was...More
Tiny two floor building with loads of interesting facts about history and people who have helped make Alaska what it is today. Admission happened to be free that day since the other buildings were not open. The staff was very friendly and helpful and answered...More