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This shop is a little out of the way, but worth the trip. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, and proceeds go directly to the artists and to a college fund. I felt great about purchasing here instead of in a souvenir shop in downtown...More
Yes, it's in the hospital. Your GPS isn't wrong, and if you took a taxi tell them they don't have to feel weird if the GPS tells them to drop you by the emergency department. The artwork is lovely and sometimes to volunteers staffing the...More
The gift shop is the real deal, but even better is to start on the fifth floor and walk down the stairs, pausing to enjoy the dioramas and display cases between the floors and on each floor. You can see artwork from every region of...More
Run by volunteers, worth a visit if you want authentic artefacts by native craftpeople. A bit expensive but the money goes to the artist with a small percentage for the shop to cover running costs. The hospital also has healing dancing on a Wednesday evening...More
The ANMC Craft Shop has authentic Native Alaskan crafts at about 30-50% less than you will find in museum gift shops. The quality is excellent, but there is a lot of turnover. If you see something wonderful and unique, I recommend you not wait too...More
Worth the effort to find and displays are free to the public. The displays and gift shop are run by volunteers.
Wind your way up or down 5 flights of stairs in the hospital. Large displays on the landings, lot's of little displays in the...More
The hospital has an unmatched collection of native art. Admission is free. Start on the Fifth Floor and walk down the staircase stopping on each floor to see the highest concentration of art. The shop is incredible and very expensive. Cash and checks only. No...More