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We visited here last Tuesday (August 19th) as our back up plan due to rain...and it was TERRIFIC! I had read online some positive reviews so it was on our "rainy day" list. The Ray Troll exhibit was terrific (but ending soon after a one...More
This museum is a must if you go to Anchorage. We learned so much about North Pole life, culture, heritage and customs. It remind me of my high school highlights of world history! Animals, equipment, machinery, garments, fishing culture, challenges,adventures and discoverers, videos, paintings, sculptures...More
This is a small museum and there is no entrance fee. The people in the museum know a lot about the items in the museum and how they were used. It does not take long to get to the areas that are interesting. You get...More
Visited this museum on our last day in Alaska. Highly recommended. Inuit culture is featured, wonderful art, interactive stations and just the right size not to be exhausted in one afternoon. Great for the family.
This small museum is located in the Wells Fargo building, the same building the Rasmussen Foundation is located in. It has a comprehensive collection of Alaska native regalia, baskets, masks, and houseware. The collection covers all of Alaska, not just Central and Northern Alaska. It...More
The proper name for this attraction is : The Alaska Heritage Museum at Wells Fargo.
It is also known as The Wells Fargo History Museum. Finally, and to the best of my knowledge, it is lastly known as : The Heritage Library and Museum.
The heritage museum was a great place to learn about the Alaskan native (Eskimos) cultures. We participated in the places people live tour. There were local Alaskan artists that shared their trades. Loved their stories about their lives. Highly recommend this museum. We purchased the...More