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Though not an official museum, the Fairview Inn might as well be...
Heading west along 1st Ave, you’ll find half a dozen old log cabins and several historic buildings, including St Matthew’s Episcopal Church , a beautiful log structure built in 1905 and rebuilt in 1948 after a fire...
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...
Across the parking lot from the visitor center, this classic log structure (on the National Register of Historic Places) was built in 1906 to serve travelers along the Fairbanks–Valdez Trail...
This sprawling barn-like store holds endless aisles of Christmas ornaments and toys, a live Santa to listen to your Christmas wishes, a giant statue of Santa and the ‘North Pole’ – a candy-striped post.
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.
A picnic or photo-op stop, the park preserves several buildings, including the Chickaloon Bunkhouse and the original Sutton post office, which now houses a museum.
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