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All reviews beautiful campus research center rock climbing wall botanical gardens great museum open fields mt mckinley taxidermy animals large animal research station worth a visit art museum different areas spent several hours nice gift shop great place to visit northern lights arctic circle
We have a great museum up on the hill at the University of Alaska. It has lots of information about the people of Alaska. In the main part of the museum it is divided into areas. From the South East to the Arctic. Very cool....More
Worthwhile visit. Lots of different exhibits documenting culture, history, wildlife, fauna and flora...art and artifacts for all interested in learning about Alaska and see Alaskan arts and crafts outside the ubiquitous gift shops. And all that in a architecturally stunningly designed building.
Spent an afternoon exploring the campus and, referencing a UAF tourist brochure, decided to visit the Arctic Research Center. The description led me to believe there was more to the lobby displays than a few boards, so my actual visit was a disappointment. However, as...More
It is a beautiful campus and the museum was wonderful! Our guide was very helpful.We didn't know a lot of the Alaskan history, but we had a clear picture in our minds when we left. We also loved all of the taxidermy animals, and to...More
The University of Alaska, Fairbanks Campus (UAF), is a beautiful campus to see and a pleasure to visit. UAF sits atop a hill overlooking Geist Road and the Chena River in the far distance both on the West side of Fairbanks, and the view is...More
This museum on the grounds of the Univ of Alaska Fairbanks is well done. They have a lot of good artifacts and art. You can view each region of the state and learn about the different areas. Upstairs has a nice art gallery.
the price of everything is high in Alaska (relatively speaking compare with big cities such as Boston or Manhattan) since almost everything has to be flown in (including Fairbanks). for an individual, the best way to check... More
the price of everything is high in Alaska (relatively speaking compare with big cities such as Boston or Manhattan) since almost everything has to be flown in (including Fairbanks). for an individual, the best way to check cost of living is to compare the price of food, gas, and housing. the former two are high.