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Your 1st stop for visitor information. Enjoy Alaska Native art, music, stories and dance. Free world-class exhibits that tell the story of life in Interior Alaska. Wave to family around the world on our Antler Arch webcam. Free films, WiFi, parking.
All reviews first stop great place to start antler arch mini museum visitor centers free movies local attractions excellent exhibits starting point interior alaska great information downtown fairbanks answer questions gift shop northern lights alaskan culture small museum
Loved it! The best part is that it is FREE ADMISSION! If you come to Fairbanks, it's either you're vacationing with your family or chasing the Aurora light with friends/loved one. This is a nice place to spend some time during the day time to...More
We really enjoyed learning about the native people and wildlife. There was a ton of information about the pipeline but sadly very little about climate change. Being this far north and a base for climate research, I expected to learn a bit more. The rangers...More
Nice stop after walking along the riverfront in downtown Fairbanks. Watched a movie on the Aurora, and looked at several exhibits on life in Alaska. Staff at the center were great in giving restaurant ideas and there were tons of brochures for you to look...More
We enjoyed our visit to this museum and visitors center. The displays are well done and educational. We watched a video about sled dogs that was great. Only disappointment was that they closed the gift shop 30 minutes before the center closed and wouldn’t be...More
Stopped here first before walking the river trail. Just outside I enjoyed the beautiful gardens, both floral and vegetable. Inside we found the visitor information center and a museum which turned out to be larger than expected. Historical and cultural exhibits were vibrant with typical...More
Offers info on things to do and see around Alaska’s Interior. But the best part was the small museum area. Info on the seasons here and how it affects things, as well as some nice exhibits around the locals and tribes in the area. Offers...More
The initial lady who assisted us with recommendations was not very excited I think her name was Julia. When we mentioned that the main reason we came to Alaska was to catch the northern lights she made a comment about how by the end of...More