Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center, 625 C St, Anchorage

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    Anchorage, AK, United States
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    As a travel agent: You are always told "Do not touch it" IF you break it -you pay for it. Well at this Center you are encouraged to. Touch it. That's right...a museum that allows you to play! Make a giant bubble or feel a tornado.Of course I was in the bubble! The children of Anchorage hang art throughout the walls of this giant museum. I was fascinated and couldn't believe that children under 12 years old could be so talented. They drew art representing their heritage of Native Americans and it was displayed with pride. The museum holds boasting rights for their displays in the huge glass walls, which contain the periods of history for the Eskimos and expansion of Russian invasion. I was in awe how modern everything is and all the encouragement to touch and play to learn set up. Come learn about whaling, the gold rush, and how AK became a state. There are classes, summer camps and group activities for all ages. If you visit ANC, I highly recommend a visit here.

    2014-01-04 5
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    GOOGLE IS WRONG AGAIN! The Museum doesn't open until NOON on SUNDAY!

    2014-02-02 5
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    Was pleasantly surprised at the quality of exhibits at this museum. I would recommend this as a great "1st attraction" for visiting out of towners. Wealth of knowledge on all things Alaska.

    2011-07-22 5
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    Everyone in the world should visit as many museums as they can before they pass on. There's a additional wealth of knowledge that is fun and can be shared for years later. The beautiful hard wood floors, the displays of the Alaskan Oil Pipeline the history of the Oil Workers, Effects Of the Indians and the Eskimos, Traditions, Hunting and the Gold Panning information, practical views virtual food for songs books and stories of all nature. The State Hood, The Wild Life are just a few of the exhibits not to mention the events there weddings the . community events etc. it just goes on and on .

    2011-06-23 5
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    We took our 2 year old daughter and 1 year old son there yesterday and had an absolute blast! The kids loved every minute of it. The only problem I had with it was when it was time to leave, the kids were not happy about it. This is a great family facility and would recommend it to everyone. I still remember going to the Imaginarium when I was a child and it was great then. There new location in the Anchorage museum is very nice, clean and fun. I will be returning each time I am in Anchorage with the kids.

    2010-09-20 5
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    As a travel agent: You are always told "Do not touch it" IF you break it -you pay for it. Well at this Center you are encouraged to. Touch it. That's right...a museum that allows you to play! Make a giant bubble or feel a tornado.Of course I was in the bubble! The children of Anchorage hang art throughout the walls of this giant museum. I was fascinated and couldn't believe that children under 12 years old could be so talented. They drew art representing their heritage of Native Americans and it was displayed with pride. The museum holds boasting rights for their displays in the huge glass walls, which contain the periods of history for the Eskimos and expansion of Russian invasion. I was in awe how modern everything is and all the encouragement to touch and play to learn set up. Come learn about whaling, the gold rush, and how AK became a state. There are classes, summer camps and group activities for all ages. If you visit ANC, I highly recommend a visit here.

    2014-01-04 5
    Name user

    GOOGLE IS WRONG AGAIN! The Museum doesn't open until NOON on SUNDAY!

    2014-02-02 5
    Name user

    Was pleasantly surprised at the quality of exhibits at this museum. I would recommend this as a great "1st attraction" for visiting out of towners. Wealth of knowledge on all things Alaska.

    2011-07-22 5
    Name user

    Everyone in the world should visit as many museums as they can before they pass on. There's a additional wealth of knowledge that is fun and can be shared for years later. The beautiful hard wood floors, the displays of the Alaskan Oil Pipeline the history of the Oil Workers, Effects Of the Indians and the Eskimos, Traditions, Hunting and the Gold Panning information, practical views virtual food for songs books and stories of all nature. The State Hood, The Wild Life are just a few of the exhibits not to mention the events there weddings the . community events etc. it just goes on and on .

    2011-06-23 5
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