There was a lot to see, but a lot was closed. There are cabins and small homes that have been preserved some of which are open to go inside. Then there are a few shops, restaurants, and museums plus a playground, train, and steamship. The river walk is close by , and a place to rent kayaks and boats. If everything is open you could spend a day easily. I spent about 2 hours exploring. The Kitty Hensley house was exceptional as well as the Pioneer Museum. The Alaska Salmon Bake is open seasonally. I missed it because I was unaware of it being seasonal, but I've heard it's a must.