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Stopped in to check it out, has a lot of unique items in the store. Did notice that the prices were high. Had bought fireweed honey in Ketchikan for $7.99, was priced at $12.99 here. Fun to look around at the items. Unique store for...More
This is basically just a tourist trap. The gift shop sells mostly cheap souvenirs made everywhere but Alaska. A taxidermy 'exhibit' in the back features poor quality specimens in an un-naturalistic setting. I didn't even see any examples of knotty wood available for purchase. Very...More
Different shop, lots on offer. Lovely to Brouse. Interesting knotty creatures out front to take photos of. I am anti fur so not much fun for me as lots of skins and stuffed birds for sale. However the ice cream was delicious. Quiet a few...More
Unique gift shop along the Richardson Hwy. One of a kind handcrafted Alaska made gifts and collectables. One end of the shop houses an extensive taxidermy display of Alaskan animals. An ice cream shop within the building is a bonus.
Loved this shop! From the animals constructed from tree trunks and branches outside to the beautiful displays inside, a great selection of items many locally made and helpful and pleasant people it is fun and fascinating place to visit. About 25 miles outside of Fairbanks...More
If you're going to the Santa Claus house, you might as well visit this place too. It was a short drive away.
When I was first told about this place I thought it was a place selling knots (ie those you make out of string),...More