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“oscar andersen is a distant relative of my Aunt from Wyominb”

Oscar Anderson House Museum
Ranked #89 of 226 things to do in Anchorage
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Owner description: A house museum that once belonged to a Swedish butcher.
Reviewed March 2, 2013

Very charming home. the area inside is small but well designed. The yard and view from the home are wonderful.

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Reviewed February 22, 2013

I went there years ago. It's a nice little house, some interest'n old stuff. When I was taken up stairs I shot a photo from one room into the other room. I did not see anyth'n when I was there but when I got my photo, there was an image of a man about the size of Oscar. Ghost hunt'n can be dangerous but this place is haunted!

2  Thank AdamScottLankford
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Reviewed February 14, 2013

It is a nice location, great views. My son learned about Mr. Anderson in school and went on a field trip there. Now he wants to take everyone that visits from out of town there.

2  Thank JRuiz_2003
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Reviewed December 14, 2012

Interesting example of an old house in Anchorage, moved to it's present location by the Captain Cook Jaycees

Thank JLWhedbee
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Reviewed December 12, 2012

I concur with others who have reviewed this tour. In addition to the tour, you get food treats: swedish meatballs, sweet, sour cabbage, and cookies. The house museum is run by devoted volunteers and with limited funding. So learn some history, enjoy a trip to the past, eat some goodies and know that your entrance fee is going to a good cause.

2  Thank Traveler1MM
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