Alaskaland Pioneer Air Museum
Located at Pioneer Park, with a large collection of artifacts and memorabilia as well as some aircraft.
Felix Meets E.T.: The Founding of Fairbanks
A chance meeting in the wilderness led to the start of the Tanana Gold Rush and the founding of Fairbanks.
The History of Fairbanks
A brief look back, from the Department of Community and Economic Development.
RV Parks & Campgrounds
Chena River Wayside
This 26-acre State Park has 56 spacious back-in RV sites, 11 with water and power. Also tent sites, picnic sites, boat launch, etc.
River's Edge RV Park & Campground
Located on the Chena River - "accommodations that feel like a home after your long day on the road."
Arts, Crafts & Culture
Adamas Jewelry Company
Located near the University, with original jewelry designs in gold, platinum, Alaskan gold
nuggets and sterling silver.
The Alaska House Art Gallery
Located downtown in a unique log building, featuring the works of Claire Fejes and other
Expressions in Glass
Creating fine works of art through the use of glass, light and color, and offering glass classes.
Fairbanks Fast Foto
A full service photo lab and retail store located on Airport Way.
The Great Alaska Bowl Company
A wide variety of Alaskan gifts are offered, including their own wooden bowls.
Located near the University, with new books, used books, special ordering and the Second Story Cafe.
Tours and Activities
Alaskan Arctic Turtle Tours
Year-round sheduled and custom tours of interior and Arctic Alaska for small groups.
Alaska Outdoor Rentals & Guides
Located behind Pioneer Park, renting 60 new bicycles and 55 new canoes and sea kayaks. Their Web site also has a great series of cycling maps.
El Dorado Gold Mine
Ride the Tanana Valley Railroad and pan for gold in Fairbanks' historic gold district.
Fairbanks Cycle Club
Lots of information, including many trail maps and a year-round cycling photo album.
A wide variety of attractions are located in this 44-acre park, from aviation and railway museums to a salmon bake, theatre and gift shops.
Spend 3½ hours cruising the Chena and Tanana Rivers and exploring a recreated Indian village.
Things to do in Fairbanks
Articles about activities and events in both summer and winter.
Restaurants & Bars
The Blue Loon
This theatre-club is located on the Parks Highway just south of town.
The Cookie Jar Restaurant
Started as a bakery, but now offers breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Salmon products including salmon hot dogs, jerky, smoked salmon strips and fillet pieces - also custom wild game processing.
Newspapers & Radio
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
The largest daily newspaper in interior Alaska.
Alaskan Floral & Wedding
Fairbanks' full service floral and bridal boutique.
Located in North Pole, offering all forms of digital design, including Web sites, photo enhancement, graphic arts and logos.
Northland Wood Products
Building supplies, from plywood and cabin logs to insulation and metal roofing.
A wide range of hot tubs made in Fairbanks for Northern conditions.
Fairbanks Convention and Visitors Bureau's "Flash"-y site has loads of information on the city, and Interior Alaska generally.
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