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From art and culture to science and nature, there is a museum that appeals to every type of visitor. Here are four interesting museums that you should definitely include on your list of things to do while visiting Anchorage.
The Anchorage Museum houses captivating exhibitions on a range of topics spanning from art, history, science, and culture. Its permanent collection about native Alaskans features more than stunning indigenous artifacts provided by the Smithsonian Institution.
The museum is open daily from 9 am — 6 pm May through September. This special museum was built in as the first wood-framed house in Anchorage.
It homed Swedish immigrants Oscar and Elizabeth Anderson and their three children. Oscar Anderson moved to the area as part of a large wave of Scandinavian immigrants and eventually established businesses relating to aviation, coal mining, and meatpacking.
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Located downtown in Elderberry Park, the house was donated to the city and put on the National Register of History Places in It has been preserved with authentic decor to serve as a museum that teaches the public about life in Anchorage in the early 20th century. This unique piece of Anchorage history is a must-see on your list of landmarks to visit in Alaska.
It boasts four hangars full of impressive aircraft and even more to see outside. Outside, you can watch some of the planes fly by overhead and even sit in the air traffic control tower to keep track of them as they come and go.
Step into the prehistoric Alaska era in this science and nature museum located in downtown Anchorage. From rocks and minerals to skeletons and skulls, this museum offers visitors engrossing, hands-on experiences to learn about geology and animals from the Ice Age to the present day.
All kinds of animal skeletons, bones, and skulls are on display, some of which you can touch and learn how to connect together. Birds and marine animals are also featured heavily, with a particular standout being Beluga whale skeleton. It could take multiple visits to absorb everything these museums have to offer.
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Anchorage Museum The Anchorage Museum houses captivating exhibitions on a range of topics spanning from art, history, science, and culture. Oscar Anderson House Museum This special museum was built in as the first wood-framed house in Anchorage. Alaska Museum of Science and Nature Step into the prehistoric Alaska era in this science and nature museum located in downtown Anchorage.