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My wife was a bit intimidated to stop here but sure was glad we did.
The owner was a hoot and very hospitable.
Place looks like it might be a Sanford and Son junkyard but it is a treasure trove of unique items (we bought...More
Only in Alaska could the falling-down-mess that Wal Mike's is become a sort of folk-hero. I have been rolling past Wal Mikes (as I run up and down the Parks Highway from
Anchorage to Fairbanks and back) for over two decades and, until this visit,...More
It’s a cross between a junkyard and antique store. It’s a very small store jammed from floor to roof with stuff from yesterday and today. Lots of bigger old stuff outside too. It’s was interesting talking to Mike about how he came to Talkeetna as...More
They say if Mike doesn't have it, you don't need it. This is an experience. First of all, the name. Too much. But the collection of "stuff" is amazing. It was a bit too much for me but worth the stop even if you don't...More
Definitely a weird place.
Lots of cool old stuff here and much native to Alaska.
Also home to some very unusual items like s hand in a jar. No kidding.
Some souvenir type stuff too.
Nice man owns the place. Easy to spend some time...More
Visiting with the life long Alaskan 72 year old owner was a hoot ! Some real collectibles he has to offer! Love the presentation and the style of the business !
It's just a piece of Alaska that you should experience! Worth a stop if...More
I wouldn't recommend buying any essentials here, but Wal Mikes has a little bit of everything and then some things that you've probably never seen. If you just need some snacks or drinks I recommend you go up the road a half mile to the...More
I promise you have never seen a store like this.they have so much and most of it is unique.a preserved human hand is one thing you won't find in Florida .i found some replica coins there that I had never seen anywhere else but Leadville...More