"Alaska Native Heritage Centre" Anchorage Things to Do Tip by balhannah

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by balhannah

This centre gives you a good insight to the lives of the Alaskan native people. Inside the building, is a hall of Cultures, in this area, you also see the local artists at work. There is a gathering place, and this is where the Dancers perform. Venture outside, and you walk around a lake, visiting different village sites. At each site, is a native belonging to that village, and they take you around and explain what kind of life existed for them. Altogether, there are 6 life size authentic villages surrounding the lake. It was very interesting.
If you are feeling peckish, then there is a Cafe for meals (closes at 3pm) and take-aways.
There is a good array of gifts available representing the different Tribes. If you buy from here, the money goes towards the Centre which is a non-profit organization.

Open in Summer from 9-5pm daily
Admission 2009 is: Adults $24.95 Children $16.95 7-16years, Children 6yr & under FREE

Address: 8800 Heritage Drive, Anchorage
Directions: Exit at Muldoon road, off the Glenn Highway, take the 1st turn right into Heritage Drive.
Follow the Brown signs.

Phone: Toll free (800) 315 6608

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Apr 30, 2009
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