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Booked this trip in July for Feb 8th was confirmed by Viator and tour operator Salmon berry tours and pick was confirmed
We was picked up on time and was asked by driver why we was going on the tour as no one goes there...More
We stopped here before catching our plane to leave, so this was the last thing we did on our Alaska Adventure. We learned a lot about the 11 tribes that are throughout Alaska. We walked through the path around the lake which shows how the...More
Me and my friend went to this place to see the Alaskan heritage, but unfortunately it was disappointing experience, there was no guides in most of the cottages to explain to us what we see in them and no noticeboard in the cottages to explain...More
Beautiful museum with an interesting collection. They have replicas of native housing located around the lake and each house has representatives from the tribes explains the lodging and other details. There was a native dance performance while we were there as well as people selling...More
I took the trolley from downtown Anchorage to the museum. There are a few artifacts and signs to read inside, but the real gems are the outdoor displays and demonstrations. I recommend a guided tour. The guides tell you about themselves and their tribe before...More
You absolutely must go here. It is an excellent demonstration of the native groups of Alaska. The student dances and display of events in their Olympics was fantastic! We have been here twice - and spent an entire day - enjoying every minute.
Our whole family, from grandparents to grandsons, enjoyed our visit to the Native Heritage Center. There is a large, indoor pavilion where we enjoyed young people demonstrate native Alaskan games. Later, we were able to watch a demonstration of a contest between young adults which...More