Take a tour of Fairbanks, the largest town in the heart of Alaska's Interior, on this guided tour. The morning begins with a complimentary hotel pickup and a short drive through historic downtown to the Morris Thompson Cultural Visitor Center.
Discover Fairbanks' unique origin story.
The center is home to "How We Live: The People and the Land," an immersive exhibit featuring three life size dioramas depicting native Athabascan life in summer, fall, and winter. At the end of the exhibit, guests walk through the Elder's Hall to view portraits and displays of historic and contemporary tools.
From here the tour continues outside the city for a stop at the Trans-Atlantic Pipeline, an 800-mile oil line running from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez. The tour stops next at the impressive Museum of the North on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus. Exhibit highlights include a 2,000-year spectrum of Alaska art showcasing ancient ivory carvings, contemporary paintings, and sculpture. The museum also holds the state's largest public display of gold and a beautiful exhibit on the Aurora Borealis. The tour wraps up with a lighthearted visit to the Santa Claus House in North Pole, Alaska.
The Fairbanks City Tour includes stops at the Morris Thompson Cultural Visitor Center, Trans-Atlantic Pipeline, University of Alaska Museum of the North, and Santa Claus house at the North Pole.
What to Bring
Wear comfortable shoes and dress in layers. Some of the tour is conducted outside, so bring a light coat or rain jacket if necessary.
Transfers & Meeting Points
The tour departs directly from guest accommodations.
Rates & Dates
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Child rates apply to children under the age of 12.
|5/15/23 (M) to 8/20/23 (Su)5/15/23 (M) to 8/20/23 (Su)
|The rates above are subject to change without notice.|