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Sally B.
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Report | 7 months ago
A fun place to take your child for an educational hands on experience.
Kathryn K.
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Report | a year ago
It was great for the whole family! My three year old enjoyed it, my 5 year old enjoyed it, and my husband and I enjoyed it
Shaun r.
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Report | 2 years ago
Awesome museum
Levi S.
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Report | 2 years ago
Excellent community resource for the whole family.
Steve S.
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Report | 2 years ago
Very informative museum in a format that is great for all ages.
Topeka R.
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Report | 2 years ago
The staff were very polite. My kids had a blast.
erika g.
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Report | 2 years ago
It was fun for the kids
Edward Y.
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Report | 2 years ago
Great place. We will definitely return.
Tara D.
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Report | 2 years ago
Love it!!
Tanya L.
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Report | 2 years ago
I thought the museume was very kid friendly. My 3 year old and I had a great time. We will definitely go back again.
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With its craggy mountains, monochrome tundra, and verdant valleys, Alaska itself stands as a monument to the beauty and power of nature. Focusing on the state's prehistory, the Alaska Museum of Science and Nature's sprawling collection of artifacts educates the public with engrossing and educational dioramas and displays. Among the museum’s notable exhibits is its newest installation, Ice, which delves into the profound geological changes wrought by the last Ice Age. Likewise, the Schmidt Mine exhibit lets visitors touch and pick up craggy specimens from the collection, including meteorites and fluorescent stones. Ancient mammoth bones and fearsome saber-tooth tiger jaws show patrons the fauna encountered by Alaska's first human inhabitants, whereas fully assembled dinosaur skeletons transport viewers even further back in time, way before the Jurassic Park movie came out.

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