Lots available at this museum to help visitors immerse themselves in local culture and history. Worth a trip up the the university to check this out!
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This place is very interesting and full of local wildlife (Stuffed of course) artifacts. Also the gold exhibit was very cool. I have never seen so many gold nuggets, very cool. The gift shop also has many items from local artisans. The movie shown at...More
The Alaska Museum of the North is in a fairly new, very modern, striking building. The exhibits are well down, with many posted "please touch". A history of the North is visually and intellectually interesting, with the largest wooly mammoth tusks we've ever seen! They...More
This museum has some great artifacts and relics. The exhibits are excellent and filled with good information. Good history on Alaska , wildlife and inhabitants. Really enjoyed the clothing areas and wildlife. It is definitely worth a visit. Lots of information to glean. They also...More
Many artifacts on display as well as some beautiful artworks. There is a film presentation for an extra charge. The museum is small but interesting. Definitely worth a visit if you're in the area.
A great museum at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Displays a combination of history of the animals and people of the region. Don't forget to visit the listening room!
My husband and I visited this museum two days ago and really liked it. As a quilt artist and lover of art, I loved the mix of museum pieces with the art exhibitions. All the displays were very well thought out. Kudos goes to the...More