Took the organised trolley bus to this place. Quite interesting but not spectacular. Not much to see or do in the main building. Some exhibits and live native Alaskan music and dance. Best part of the attraction is the various native Alaskan houses dotted around the lake, each with a guide to explain their particular way of life. Spent about an hour and a half here and that was about right.
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