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Built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the purchase of Alaska from Russia, this theme part includes a mock gold-rush town with authentic pioneer log cabins, mining equipment, musems, a replicated Native American village and a huge, drydocked...more
All reviews salmon cakes air museum aviation museum gold rush town original cabins miniature golf president harding railroad car merry go round all you can eat train ride steam train prime rib small fee cod palace theatre few hours
We arrived too late in the season as only one shop was still open in the little village located inside the park. But it was fun to walk around and look at all the shop fronts. We went in here for the theater to see...More
Old houses from Fairbanks have been moved here and you can read their history in plaques posted on each old home. There is a church, and a visitor's center shaped like a large native home (very large) Art gallery on the third floor, bathrooms on...More
We visited in April which is on the colder side in Fairbanks but we were lucky with the sun out and almost no wind, certainly would likely be better in the summer when the activities are open but it gives a feel of what a...More
The piooner park is a nice place with a river a bike way bridge and a comunity fair for adults and children.You can rent bike I did it and will found live music nice plays and a free kind of people and families...specialy at weekend...More
From the parking area it looks like a commercial amusement park, but the wide open entrance way welcomes anyone. If you are wishing to enjoy a few hours walking around nice gardens viewing several original buildings of Fairbanks, an old steam riverboat, an indoor art...More
On our final day in Fairbanks we spent the day before flying home that night. Many food choices, lots to see. We were fortunate that the weather was great, we took a shuttle to and from our nearby hotel.
Nothing was open but still a lovely place to walk around. Some buildings had signs. Riverboat, plane, train were fun to see. We never could find what hours they are open, either on location or on the internet. Too bad. Hope to make it back!
we liked the centrality of the park, the exhibits and walk ways, the expanse of the area, and what was adjacent to it. we liked the cleanliness, and unhurriedness of those using it, also plaques describing different features