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We visited this museum as a lark, but once in it found it to be a fascinating place to visit. It contains over a thousand hammers of different materials, origins, and age. You can purchase a package that takes you here and to the American...More
Very unique and interesting. Every hammer you could ever want to know about. Get the admission for the 3 museums/attractions in Haines, it saves you some money. Walking distance from the cruise ship and there is also a free shuttle.
Small museums are perfect for a rainy day. This is easy to spot. Just look for the large hammer out front. Thousands are on display and thousands more in storage. This was really pretty neat and quite interesting. You can buy a ticket for 3...More
Got off our cruise ship and came here. Amazing place !! I had no idea there are so many different types of hammers and from all over the world. There is a great deal to see all 3 museums for $20. Well worth it. Great...More
Had more fun than I expected at this little museum for the hammer. I liked the huge array of antique and special purpose hammers. Anyone that loves tools will appreciate the visit. Very friendly staff. $5 well spent.
Probably a 30 minute visit would be...More
This was a quirky little place with a lot of history jam-packed into a little space. We were disappointed to find a large group of cruise ship people but with them came their tour guide so although the space was very crowded, we got to...More