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Your 1st stop for visitor information. Enjoy Alaska Native art, music, stories and dance. Free world-class exhibits that tell the story of life in Interior Alaska. Wave to family around the world on our Antler Arch webcam. Free films, WiFi, parking.
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We stopped her first on arrival to Fairbanks and what great stop. The diorama's are amazing, great information on all things Fairbanks and where to go, and some great literature on different military information.
Spend a couple of hours here to learn about the history and culture of Alaska. It’s a really great little museum with no entrance fee. Donations are accepted, though. We watched to movie about the Aurora, which was interesting, but kind of long at 55...More
My family of four stopped here for a visit in Fairbanks. This center is good for a couple interesting hours with young kids and does a good job of sharing the Alaska way of life in winter and in summer. They also have a theater...More
Lots of info about life in Alaska throughout the seasons, about the history and culture of the native peoples. Movies that run in the theater are very well-made and informative too. A couple hours flew by without us even realizing.
Great first stop. The exhibits are really interesting and well set up. Also if you visit the Arctic Circle and see the northern lights don’t forget to collect your free certificates from the Visitor Center.
We stopped by the Morris Thompson Visitor Center first thing in the morning and we were pleasantly surprised! Sat down for 30 minutes to watch a free movie on the Aurora and found a lot of helpful activity brochures as well. Did not interact with...More
Freewill donation to enter and it is full of Alaska history and culture.
It has movies offered throughout the day also free ( same movies that the Museum of the North will charge extra plus the cost of mission to see!)
Staff is friendly especially...More