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Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center

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Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center

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James H wrote a review Sep 2020
Vail, Arizona474 contributions161 helpful votes
Very enjoyable small museum with much space dedicated to the "first people", their customs, traditions, and clothing. Very intereting displays and short videos. One floor was dedicated to art. Worth the time to visit
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Date of experience: September 2020
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EMinAZ wrote a review Aug 2020
Tucson, Arizona72 contributions28 helpful votes
This is a "hip" coffee shop, cafe, restaurant in down town Anchorage. Good service, great food, delicious pastries, great coffee drinks in a stylish cafe setting with indoor and outdoor seating. Large picture windows provide lots of natural sunlight and great views of street life on the far west side of downtown close to Cook Inlet. In my opinion it is one of the nicest cafe style food joints in town. Easy short walking distance from most of the down town hotels.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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AK dalgal wrote a review Jun 2020
Talkeetna, Alaska1 contribution
We live visiting this museum. Every time we come there are new exhibits to explore. They have a great hands on children’s area.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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lani1031 wrote a review Mar 2020
Anchorage, Alaska48 contributions4 helpful votes
he museum is always Very Good. The homelessness exhibit had a lot of information and comparisons. The data made my head spin and had a hard time actually enjoying it for what it was. Loved the winter ski exhibit and the movies on the top floor, oldies but goodies. great2 h-3 hours.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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bikegem wrote a review Mar 2020
Penngrove, California231 contributions100 helpful votes
Wow. We had a few hours to kill during Fur Rondy and decided to visit this museum and are we glad we did. It was one of the highlights of our trip to Anchorage. The art in this museum is amazing....from romantic naturalism to modern art (mostly done by Aative Alaskans), we were in awe of the depth and breadth of the collection. Especially loved the Idiot String art piece and the different paintings of the wonderful Alaskan countryside. Very skillfully displayed and arranged. The Smithsonian portion of the museum houses a very cohesive display of the different Native American Alaskan tribes, with examples of their tools, dress and artifacts, accompanied by interesting video presentations. My only complaint is that the light is very low in that portion of the museum (probably to enhance conservation) but for my old eyes, I struggled a bit. But that is just a niggly little point and shouldn't stop you from visiting! Also, the museum's restaurant and store are fabuluous!!!!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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