Well put together. Lots of interactive stations where you can learn more. You will learn about the peoples of Alaska and their ways of life. There are short videos that, while you are standing by a harpoon, show you a whaling party using a harpoon. You can easily spend a couple of hours here. But they have a nice little lunch place, and you can certainly spend 1/2 day here if you don't have to rush. If you are by yourself, call ahead to see when the tourist buses will NOT be there, as it gets a little crowded and noisy when a couple of buses unload.
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