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The Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium is a wonderful place to spend an afternoon indoors.
The lighting and sparkling clean displays allow a visitor to relax the mind, soften the gaze and enjoy an up-close detailed view of a huge variety of animals, birds and insects....More
We could easily have spent all day in this quirky old fashioned collection of oddities. The building itself is beautiful and as long as a massive number of stuffed birds don’t bother you, it’s a marvelous place. Go upstairs and see varied historic artifacts from...More
We spent almost 1 hour visiting this natural history museum in scenic St. Johnsbury; although we could have easily spent more time. There is a free audio tour available, which might be a good idea, to help you focus on some of the more important...More
We were not able to stay long because the dander from all the "taximdermied" animals stirred up my husband's allergies. However, we enjoyed the displays of wildlife from the smallest insects and butterflies to the mammoth animals such as polar bears and moose. The hands-on...More
Fairbanks is a combined science and natural history museum. Our granddaughter wasn't that impressed with the large taxidermy collection including what looked like every bird known to mankind, but she absolutely loved the hands-on science exhibits such as a bottle rocket, flying her hand-made paper...More
We visit there yesterday and we had a good time.Parking was behind the museum.You have to go around as the few parking spots on the side was only for handicap.Just drive around the museum and you'll find the parking lot it's in corner.Becareful when you...More
We were greeted by a friendly attendant. We paid $25 for a family ticket 2 adults and 2 children. Unfortunately the planetarium wasn’t open until the afternoon and we were there at ooening at 9 a.m. We walked around and looked at the first floor...More
This museum, is like going to the Field museum of Chicago, with everything necessary to educate a child about the history of the planet. A thorough and wonderful collection created by the Fairbanks family, I have never seen such a wonderful, thoughtful collection and architecturally...More
The Fairbanks Museum is probably one of the best kept secrets in the North East Kingdom. There is so much to experience for young and old alike. If you are in the neighborhood it is a must see. We take our grandkids back again and...More