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 see Fairbanks take a look at our “Itinerary” page.


. Riverboat Discovery

Dock at Riverboat Discovery

Passengers boarding the Riverboat Discovery

Creamer’s Field Wildlife Refuge and Nature Trail

. Tanana Valley Fairgrounds

University of Alaska Museum

Farmer’s Market

Botanical Gardens

Musk Ox Farm (aka Large Animal Research Station)

Great Alaskan Bowl Company




At  Pioneer Park

santa* Palace Theatre & Saloon
* Alaska Salmon Bake

Trans-Alaska Pipeline

Gold Dredge #8

  Morris Thompson Visitor’s Center

Chena Hot Springs Resort

. Santa Claus House

. KJNP Radio Station

Knotty Shop

7 Bridges, Boats & Bikes Rentals

* We can make reservations for these attractions in advance if you wish
We’ve provided a great list of things to see and do for both summer and winter and listed a set of likely places to add to your itinerary depending upon how many days you’re staying.

(c) Ernst Schneider
Alaska Division of Tourism

(c) Alaska Division of Community
and Business Development


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