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Got off our cruise ship and came here. Amazing place !! I had no idea there are so many different types of hammers and from all over the world. There is a great deal to see all 3 museums for $20. Well worth it. Great...More
Had more fun than I expected at this little museum for the hammer. I liked the huge array of antique and special purpose hammers. Anyone that loves tools will appreciate the visit. Very friendly staff. $5 well spent.
Probably a 30 minute visit would be...More
This was a quirky little place with a lot of history jam-packed into a little space. We were disappointed to find a large group of cruise ship people but with them came their tour guide so although the space was very crowded, we got to...More
If you are at all into tools and making things then Hammer Museum is a must see in Haines. Lots of great and unusual tools that are solutions to very practical and everyday problems in wood and metal working -as well as a few jokes...More
I have been to lots of museums but this one was the first just see hammers. This was one of the outings provided by our cruise. I do admit was very interesting. 2000 hammers on display and another 6000 in storage. We were told they...More
So glad we went to this museum. Impressive collection shows the uses of hammers in industry and other work and the ingenuity of how this tool has been modified to accomplish all sorts of tasks. What a collection!