Things to see and do - Fairbanks
Unmissable tourist sites
Fairbanks Travel guide
Fairbanks : Michelin's recommendations
Spread among rolling hills along the Chewna River, Alaska’s second-largest city is the hub for the state’s interior. Beginning as a trading post for gold miners in 1901, the town prospered with the building of military instillations in World War II and the Trans-Alaska Pipeline in the 1970s. A resourceful and often eccentric citizenry copes with brutal winters and opens its arms to the nightless days of summer.
Tourist attractions Fairbanks : Things to see and do
907 907 Yukon Dr
Mounted animals, dioramas, hands-on objects, an art gallery and video programs survey the history and culture of five principal geographical regions of the state. The Rose Berry Gallery focuses on art by Alaskans, from historic to contemporary.
Airport Way & Peger Rd.
Among the state treasures here is the National Historic Landmark S.S. Nenana, a restored sternwheeler that plied the Yukon River from 1933 to 1952. There's also a plush railcar that carried President Warren Harding to the Interior in the 1920s, and a..
Steamboat Landing. Discovery Rd.
Enlivened by bush-plane and sled-dog demonstrations, an Indian fishing camp display and a visit to a re-created Athabascan Indian village.
1909 Airport Way USA - Fairbanks AK 99701
This motel features a free transfer service to Fairbanks International Airport, which is 4 miles away. It offers guest rooms with free Wi-Fi. A daily continental breakfast is provided. A cable TV is offered in each air-conditioned guest room at Fair..