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This was a fun surprise. We were able to watch them make the knives and package the cutting boards. Great place to purchase a true Alaska gift. Dont forget to visit the library next door. Also worth the trip.
This tiny little factory is out of the way, but absolutely a must if you're in Anchorage. The traditional Ulu knife I bought is absolutely one of the best, practical, and value-for-the money souvenirs I've ever brought home. I've used it several times and LOVE...More
Great place to visit and learn about the history of the Ulu. Friendly staff and people making the knives. Purchased knives for several family members. Fair prices and beautiful knives.
Kansas City, MO
We visited here while in Anchorage - it was practically next door to our hotel so it was very convenient. They had a great selection of knives as well as demonstrations. They also ship! Our knives arrived home just a few days later. That was...More
This is authentic. The gift shops around town sell these at a higher price if they are actually these. If they're a lower price, they're the ones made in Taiwan. Here you can watch them make their traditional Alaskan Ulu cooking prep knife. The knives...More
We visited the Ulu Factory in Anchorage while on a city tour. It was great to see through the glass as the craftpersons worked on making these unique knives. The gift shop is well stocked with knives and some other souvenirs. We purchased several knives...More
We caught the free trolley car from downtown to the Ulu Factory. We caught the history and Ulu making tour that was very interesting. There are plenty of souvenirs for sale and many visitors were buying the original Ulu knives. You can then catch the...More