Summer

Why it takes at least three days to see Fairbanks in the summer
IF YOU HAVE ONE DAY

Attraction Notes Cost
Riverboat Discovery* takes 4 hours; leaves 8:45 and 2:00 $54.95
UAF Museum
UAF Museum Special Shows
– *Dynamic Aurora
Open 9:00 – 7:00 $10
Pioneer Park Museums (free after 5pm)
Salmon Bake
Palace Saloon Show
$31
$18

* tickets available at 7 Gables Inn

IF YOU HAVE TWO DAYS
(attractions for Day One above and . . .)

Attraction Notes Cost
Gold Dredge No. 8 9:45 or 3:00 $34.95
Musk Ox Farm Tours Tues/Thurs/Sat $5
Botanical Gardens Tours 2:00 free
Alaska Public Lands Open 9 – 6 free
Trans-Alaska Pipeline
Information Center
Open 9 – 6 free

* tickets available at 7 Gables Inn

IF YOU HAVE THREE DAYS
(attractions for Days One and Two and . . .)

Attraction Notes Cost
Santa Clause House Daily, 8-8 free
Downtown Gift Shops & Galleries Open daily free
Ice Alaska Museum Varied hours $8
Fairbanks Community Museum free

 

IF YOU HAVE MORE THAN THREE DAYS

Attraction Notes Cost
Poker Flats Rocket Range Fridays, 1:30 $5
Farmer’s Market Wed 11-4; Sat 9-4 free
Creamer’s Field Tues – Fri 10-5; Sat 10-3 free
Chena Hot Springs Open daily $10
7GablesInn

Attractions

There is so much to see and do in Fairbanks that you really need two or three days to take it all in. This map shows the location of some great places to stop (including our inn for a fabulous stay) in Fairbanks. To learn more about why it takes at least three days to …

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Winter

University of Alaska Museum $10.00 admission (Fall, 2005, $10.00 admission) – www.uaf.edu/museum Weekdays 9-5; Weekends 12-5 Shopping at Downtown Gift Shops and Galleries Morris Thompson Visitor’s Center(FREE) – www.explorefairbanks.com Tuesdays through Saturdays, 10-6 North Pole Santa Claus House (FREE) –www.santaclaushouse.com 12 easy miles on the Richardson Highway Chena Hot Springs Resort $10.00 for pool – …

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