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Though not an official museum, the Fairview Inn might as well be...
A block south of Main St, look for this small complex of restored buildings that includes the town’s 1936 schoolhouse, a fully furnished trapper’s cabin and a train depot...
In preparation for the president’s arrival the following year, the Nenana train station was built in 1922 at the north end of A St. Extensively restored in 1988, it’s now on the National Register of Historic Places...
Whether you’re intrigued or boggled by high-altitude alpinism, this ranger station provides an excellent window into that rarefied world...
A poignant war memorial to Alaskan veterans who've served in all military branches (army, navy and air force), located in a wild but peaceful setting near Byer's Lake. It was constructed in 1983...
Within eyeshot of the train station, this handsome church dates from 1905. The interior has a few lovely handcrafted features, including an altar with traditional Athabascan beadwork.
The Taku Chief river tug once pushed barges along the Tanana River and now spruces up the grounds outside the visitor center.
Displays railroad memorabilia and local artifacts ranging from ice tongs to animal traps.
This riverfront center informs visitors about local culture and history.
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