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Things to do with kids in Alaska

Lot of fun things to do with kids in Alaska. Fun, free and cheap activities and places to go with children in Alaska. Select your favorite destination from the list of zoos, theme parks, water parks, family parks, indoor and outdoor places, museums... Search for your favorite family days out in Alaska.

Palmer Museum - Chamber Of Commerce museum Palmer; US, Alaska
The mission of the PMHA is to collect, care for, exhibit and interpret items that depict the history of the Palmer region.
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Isabel Miller Museum museum Sitka; US, Alaska
The mission of the Sitka Historical Society is to preserve and promote the events, stories and artifacts of the human history of the Sitka area for the inspiration, education and benefit of the public and future generations.
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Sheldon Jackson Museum museum Sitka; US, Alaska
The Sheldon Jackson Museum and its collection were purchased by the State of Alaska to inspire human thought and artistic endeavor, to stimulate ethnographic research and to foster an awareness of, ...
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Dorothy G. Page Museum museum Wasilla; US, Alaska
The first gallery to greet you upon entering the museum. This area hosts a variety of traveling exhibits throughout the year about local, state and national history. Exhibits change seasonally.
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Musk Ox Farm nature US, Alaska
Every year we host thousands of visitors who come to view the animals, learn about the project and take advantage of this unique opportunity to see and photograph one of the Arctic's oldest living species.
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Kincaid park nature Anchorage; US, Alaska
Kincaid Park offers the easiest way to get deep in the woods right in town. This 1400-acre forest sits atop an old glacial moraine and offers one of America’s top trail systems as well as Anchorage’s largest moose population.
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Alaska National Forests nature Ester; US, Alaska
They're used extensively for all kinds of recreation, from fishing and hunting to mountain biking and snowmobile riding. The forests offer lots of pleasure for visitors to Southcentral and Southeast Alaska: skiing, canoeing and river running...
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Pioneer Park nature Fairbanks; US, Alaska
Pioneer Park was built in 1965-1966. The Park opened in 1967 as the Centennial Exposition (A-67) commemorating the 100th anniversary of the purchase of Alaska from Russia.
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Tongass National Forrest nature Juneau; US, Alaska
Embracing nearly a million acres of old growth rainforest, alpine tundra, and rugged coastline, Admiralty Island National Monument and the Kootznoowoo Wilderness offer unrivaled opportunities for solitude and primitive recreation in Southeast Alaska.
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Big Game Alaska Wildlife Park nature Palmer; US, Alaska
Located on 140 acres of natural Alaska wilderness, Big Game Alaska Wildlife Center opened to the public in 1993.
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