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Sullivan Roadhouse Historical Museum

266 Richardson Hwy, Delta Junction, AK 99737-9800
+1 907-895-5068
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One of our best Alaska Stops

We did not know about this little gem prior to our stop and were very glad that we stopped to check... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2017
Jennifer R
Lexington, North Carolina
Well worth the stop

This little gem of a museum is well worth the stop. There was much more to see here than at the... read more

Reviewed 12 June 2017
amy p
Phoenix, Arizona
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“little gem” (2 reviews)
266 Richardson Hwy, Delta Junction, AK 99737-9800
+1 907-895-5068
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Reviewed 24 July 2017

We did not know about this little gem prior to our stop and were very glad that we stopped to check it our during our trip down the Richardson Highway. The museum was excellent and full of interesting artifacts to see. The tour guide (sorry-...More

Thank Jennifer R
Reviewed 12 June 2017

This little gem of a museum is well worth the stop. There was much more to see here than at the Visitors Center. The docents were very friendly and knowledgable, lots of artifacts, photos and documents to peruse. Also bought fresh spring mix picked that...More

Thank amy p
Reviewed 26 September 2016

We had an hour or so to spare during our stopover in Delta Junction. We had read about the roadhouse so we called by to take a look and are so glad we did. It is an original roadhouse from the stagecoach days (albeit moved...More

Thank Aussieidler
Reviewed 22 July 2016

This is a free attraction which is well worth a visit, if it is on your route (not special enough for a specific trip out as it is so far off the beaten track). Good point to break your journey North (or South for that...More

Thank IMUK
Reviewed 15 July 2016

I spent a couple of hours happily immersed in the recent past in the log cabin that has been transported to its present position in Delta Junction. The personal letters and artefacts really brought home to me the life of the pioneers in Alaska in...More

Thank jeanhooper
Reviewed 17 June 2016

Great place to stop and get a feel for what it was like years ago in Alaska. Nice photos and displays that represent this history of the area.

Thank Deidre B
Reviewed 14 December 2015

After visiting the friendly staff at the Visitor's centre walk across the road to visit this historic cabin, well worth it. There is a farmers market here on a Saturday morning.

Thank lindadownunder
Reviewed 9 July 2015

A good museum showcasing the roadhouse system and lifestyle of the late 1880's-early 1900's. It is free!

Thank Mike P
Reviewed 15 September 2014

We were lucky enough to be there when no one else was and the gentleman gave us our own private tour. He was very knowledgeable about the Sullivans and history of Alaska. Definitely worth the stop and check out the crystallized egg tin - who...More

1  Thank rhubarb457
Reviewed 8 September 2014

This authentic roadhouse had a wonderful gentleman who was full of stories and history. We peppered him with questions and spent a most enjoyable hour learning about the roadhouse history so important in Alaska's past. Worth the stop at Delta Junction

Thank Swansonfamily5
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