Since 1990, this museum's displays have educated the public on Alaska's rich natural history. All of the items ... More
Alaska Museum of Natural History
Since 1990, this museum's displays have educated the public on Alaska's rich natural history. All of the items collected by the museum have been donated or loaned by Alaska residents. Permanent exhibits include collections of Alaska dinosaurs and marine reptiles, Alaskan archaeology, and Alaskan paleontology. The museum holds the largest exhibits of Alaskan rock, mineral and fossils, and also showcases native artifacts dating back 11,000 years. From time-to-time, the museum also presents traveling exhibits from the Lower 48. Most exhibits are fascinating for people of all ages.
In the Fifth Avenue Mall , this non profit museum is operated by volunteers and funded only through contributions. A
unique story is told in its exhibits. Alaskan law enforcement was unusual. Troopers have had a challenging time providing ...
With 170 acres of beautiful natural forest, this university is quite scenic and contains three miles of campus trails. Begun
in 1959, as the Alaska Methodist University, it is a private, liberal arts college whose philosophy is "how you ...
Part of the Anchorage walking tour, this house (circa 1915) was built by the self proclaimed "18th person" to walk
into Anchorage, Oscar Anderson. Restored in 1982, it is open for guided tours Memorial Day to Labor Day (approximately ...