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1780 Richardson Hwy
North Pole, AK 99705
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Things To Do in Fairbanks, AK

University of Alaska Museum of the NorthUniversity of Alaska Museum of the North

Preservation is raised to art form–literally–when you visit the University of Alaska Museum of the North. While there are many dramatic exhibits to take in and absorb, the biggest attraction here is a meticulous presentation of a 36,000-year-old mummy. Other equally captivating exhibits include those that highlight Alaska's five major geographic regions that include artifacts, important objects and other items of interest from each region. In addition to research-based projects, the museum offers a wide variety of educational programs.

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Harding Lake State Recreation AreaHarding Lake State Recreation Area

Tradition and nature come together in the best possible way at Fairbanks' Harding Lake State Recreation Area. This attraction has proudly been offering excellent outdoor fun and family-friendly facilities since opening back in 1967. During that time, the area has built up an impressive reputation as a true mainstay in the community. Offering over 90 campsites, the area also offers fun activities like fishing, swimming and hiking as well as such comforts like bathrooms, clearly marked trails and other conveniences designed to make your camping trip the best it can possibly be.

 
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Midnight Sun Intertribal PowwowMidnight Sun Intertribal Powwow

During the time of year when Fairbanks experiences its longest days that are not marked with much darkness, also known as the midnight sun, there is a celebration that observes that natural phenomenon that also underscores the importance of unity. The festival, the Midnight Sun Intertribal Powwow, is scheduled every July. It involves Alaska Natives, American Indians, and First Nations People of Canada gathering for a powwow that celebrates their similarities and diversities. The powwow also honors the elders and children in a special way that is designed to draw attention to the heritage and contributions of the various indigenous people of North America.

 
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