Fairbanks Community Museum


Come see exhibits on winter in Fairbanks, the Flood of 1967, Klondike Gold Rush, a Miner's Cabin, early Fairbanks and dog mushing, including The Driving Spirit exhibit; George Attla, Mary Shields, the Mackey legacy, Yukon Quest and Iditarod. Summer hours, 11 am-5 pm daily. Winter hours 11 am-3pm daily. Free admittance. Donations accepted. Movies on dog mushing & the aurora borealis showing daily. Gift shop features unique Alaskan gifts and Alaskan children's books. For more info call 457-3669.

COVID-19 Business Updates
Open Status
  • Temporarily Closed:
  • Days of Operation:
    • Sunday
    • Monday
    • Tuesday
    • Wednesday
    • Thursday
    • Friday
    • Saturday
  • Hours of Operation: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Restricting number of guests:
Personal Protection
  • Contactless Technologies:
    • Payment for goods and services
  • Enhanced Sanitation:
    • Frequent hand washing/sanitizer use
    • Provide hand sanitizer
    • Allow for a minimum of six-foot distances among guests and employees
  • Masks Required-Guest:
  • Masks Required-Staff:
  • Procedures for positive COVID-19 test:
  • Share Sanitation Protocols:
    • Signage in business
  • Transmission Barriers:
    • Encouraging physical distancing through signage
    • Requiring staff to wear face coverings
    • Requiring guests to wear face coverings
  • Handicap Accessible:
  • Payment Types:
    • Visa
    • Mastercard
  • Seasons of Operation: Year-round
  • Offering packages: