The Visitors center is located along the very pleasant river walkway which is several miles long. The building itself is relatively small for a cultural center with a few exhibits and a video viewing area. There is a good selection of tourist brochures available and someone to assist with questions. The property includes one of the original settler cabins with it's attached small garden and outhouse. There is also an picturesque antler archway at the river walk entrance at the back of the parking lot. A nice place to start your visit in Fairbanks, but not a must see.
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