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Pioneer Air Museum

About
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In 1979 several Fairbanksans felt that something important was being lost to time: the objects that told the story of aviation in Interior Alaska. Many books had been written about the exploits of early aviators, but the planes and other objects that make up the story of aviation would be gone. The Pioneer Air Museum was organized to promote the preservation of Interior Alaska's aviation heritage. The museum opened its doors in Pioneer Park (then Alaskaland) in 1992 under the Gold Dome.

Amenities
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COVID-19 Business Updates
General
Open Status
  • Temporarily Closed:
  • Days of Operation:
    • Daily (Sun-Sat)
  • Hours of Operation comment: Hours we will be open are unknown at this time
  • Restricting number of guests:
Personal Protection
  • Contactless Technologies:
    • Ticketing
  • Enhanced Sanitation:
    • Frequent hand washing/sanitizer use
    • Sanitize high-touch surfaces every hour per state guidelines
    • Provide hand sanitizer
    • Modify business hours when necessary to carry out thorough sanitation and disinfection
    • Provide training for employees on implementing these measures
  • Procedures for positive COVID-19 test:
  • Share Sanitation Protocols:
    • Signage in business
    • Social Media
    • Business website
  • Transmission Barriers:
    • Encouraging physical distancing through signage
    • Requiring staff to wear face coverings
    • Requiring guests to wear face coverings
Health Resources
  • Health Resources:
    • Signage communicating COVID-19 symptoms
    • Guidance to local public health resources in case testing or treatment is needed
    • Materials describing good health practices to protect themselves and others
General
  • Handicap Accessible:
  • Seasons of Operation: Summer Only