It is nice that it is free. So many attractions in Alaska charge. This is a must see. Good gift shop. Aurora movie boring for young kids.
About Morris Thompson Cultural & Visitors Center
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Very nice alabaskan cultural center with many interactive and stable displays. Wish our tour guide would have let us explore more on our own here.
A very nice stop to learn about the history of Alaska. The museum is just the right size that you can see everything and still have plenty of time to look through the visitors center. Helpful guides provided information about the displays. A National Park...More
The Thompson Center is modern, has good visuals of life of the Alaskan natives and good place to start of tour of Fairbanks.
This facility provides many things: a bookstore, the visitor's center (with helpful staff, free phones, and hundreds of magazines and brochures to get you ready for the rest of your itinerary), a free bank of computers you can use to plan your travel, and most...More
The Cultural Center has a very nice museum in it. We wondered around in it for about an hour. This is also the visitors' center, and there are plenty of brochures and helpful attendants there who love to help you plan your visit. We wondered...More
This was my favorite stop in our stay in Fairbanks. The visual presentation was outstanding, from dinosaur bones to native masks. I was pleased to see some of the early pioneering women represented as well! Do not miss this museum if you have any interest...More