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Bering Land Bridge National Preserve

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the place to go to know the difference between mammoths and mastodons

The National Parks Service exhibit (under the Polar Bear in the Sitnasuak Building) has amazing... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
clewistobin
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Nome, Alaska
Nice visitor center

This is not a busy place. The ranger took time to talk with us and give us information about the... read more

Reviewed June 3, 2018
Angeles
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Burien, Washington
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A remnant of the land bridge that once connected Asia and North America.
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The National Parks Service exhibit (under the Polar Bear in the Sitnasuak Building) has amazing bones of Fossil mammoths and mastodons, as well as short faced bears and saber-toothed tigers. It's a small exhibit, but you can get up close and the guides are very...More

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Reviewed August 8, 2018

Too late in the year for Birding, obviously. Seems the large flocks of migratory Birds move-on by end-July, so we were way out. Pleasant scenery en-route though.

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Reviewed June 3, 2018

This is not a busy place. The ranger took time to talk with us and give us information about the preserve. The exhibits are very helpful with information.

Thank Angeles
Reviewed May 9, 2018 via mobile

Enjoyed a visit to the Bering Land Bridge Preserve visitor’s Center. Great displays, friendly staff, and good handouts. Recommended.

Thank Kenneth B
Reviewed March 25, 2018

Great place to visit, or contact, to plan your approach to Bering Land Bridge Preserve. This preserve is typically accessed by plane to my understanding, and I was told that a camp building was available for overnights on a first come first serve basis. Much...More

1  Thank voyager123NewOrleans
Reviewed August 18, 2017

Bering Land Bridge National Preserve Nome Serpentine Hot Springs in the Preserve - Trek, sled, or fly In the preserve there is the wonderful, all natural, totally free Serpentine Hot Springs phenomenon. The NPS has constructed a bathhouse with a huge soaking tub fed by...More

2  Thank MARY B
Reviewed March 23, 2017

This museum (Visitor Center) is small but is packed with lots of information. The staff is very friendly and is very willing to talk and impart even more information. It is in the center of town so it is in a good location.

Thank Don C
Reviewed October 22, 2016

We visited the Preserve from Kotzebue with an Arctic Back Country flight--saw a caribou as we landed and lots of bear tracks on the beach. Later we went to the Visitor Center in Nome which had interesting exhibits. We had rented a car and the...More

Thank avidNHtraveler
Reviewed July 28, 2016 via mobile

A journey worth making & information about a secluded, scenic gem of geological history amazing. The seasonal rangers, Derek & Brian, informative & friendly.

1  Thank mainestate82
Reviewed March 18, 2016 via mobile

I spent about an hour and a half here talking with the park Ranger about people, culture, etc around the preserve and in Nome. Very nice place to visit while in Nome. It's right along front street near the Iditarod finish line. I also watched...More

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Some bush pilot can likely fly you there. Call Bering Sea Air...
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