The Alaska Native Heritage Center is a wonderful place for
visitors to learn about the culture and heritage of the native
Alaskan people. Indigenous traditions, customs and lifestyles are
showcased in the centre's exhibits which include artefacts such as
tools, watercraft, clothing, pieces of art and drums. The centre
also hosts local storytelling, dancing and craft events. The Alaska
Native Heritage Center is closed in winter, but hosts monthly
cultural events. Check the website for a schedule.
Address: 8800 Heritage Center Drive Website: www.alaskanative.net Telephone: (907) 330 8000 Opening Time: Daily 9am-5pm May through September, closed in
winter. Admission: Adults $24.95, children $16.95 (7-16). Concessions
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