Lovely place to go with kids but not in winter, it’s like an small town just for kids. I went there for halloween and there was a fun decoration!
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We went to this place about an hour and a half before it closed. The place was interesting but I found it was geared towards families with kids. There are a number if little shops and a really cool car parade at the end of...More
What a cute village. On the day we went, there was a band playing, which was most enjoyable. There are numerous places to get reasonable food. It's easy walking around the village. There is a railroad car, a sternwheeler (The SS Nenana), the Wickersham house...More
This was an impromptu stop during the day and boy am I glad that we stopped! The general gist of this place is that they brought old traditional Alaskan buildings to one place (this park) so you can get a feel of what "old Alaska"...More
There aren't a million attractions in Fairbanks for kids... This is one tho! There are lots of little shops, and places to get lunch... so there are things for everyone to do. There are exhibits to learn more about Alaska's founding, and the pioneers, and...More
The Pioneer Park is very dear to my heart. The original cabins which have been donated, and moved to the Park are such fun to see. Being December, only the Pioneer Museum was open, but I recommend visiting: the Kitty Hensley House, Judge Wickerham's house,...More
Well I was there outside the summer tourist hours so it was closed, but still a great place to walk around in the snow and enjoy the old cabins. How on earth that boat got there, I’d love to know, because that river couldn’t fit...More
We went there in November, the museum in the park was closed. However, we did walk in the surrounding area and actually had fun playing in the snow, there was really nothing else to do.