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Alaska Museum of Transportation and Industry

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Alaska Museum of Transportation and Industry

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j y wrote a review Oct 2019
Bathgate, United Kingdom101 contributions30 helpful votes
what it says on the tin not the best in the world but if it was used in this state then it deserves to be on display
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Date of experience: May 2019
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jima800 wrote a review Aug 2019
342 contributions124 helpful votes
Loved it!!! If you’re interested in old machinery cars planes and trains this place is for you. You will love it!!!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Grammaof25 wrote a review Aug 2019
Watertown, South Dakota12 contributions3 helpful votes
Boring boring boring boring. Did i say boring? And way too expensive for boring!!! If you like old junk then maybe would be interesting.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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stacilee67 wrote a review Jun 2019
New Smyrna Beach, Florida268 contributions34 helpful votes
We spent about an hour and a half walking around checking out all the old trains, sleds, ski mobiles, cars, planes and machinery. The museum has great stuff and information! Interesting and educational.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Kelsi848 wrote a review Sep 2018
14 contributions2 helpful votes
This is perfect for young kids. They have a huge amount of land with old vehicles grouped according to type (planes, trains, fire trucks, tractors, large construction, etcetera) with big wide grassy paths to run back and forth, across and all around. My kids loved comparing the trains to what we know in Thomas the Train, and they really liked the airplanes. There is a large grassy picnic area with lots of tables and trees and perfect for running around. A shame it closes after Labor Day, but we will be back when it opens again. And military get in free too!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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