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Interior Alaska

Fairbanks Ice Museum - Billed as 'The Coolest Show in Town,' the Ice Museum, in the historic Lacey Street Theater on Second Ave. and Lacey Street, is home to the Ice Showcase and Freeze Frame. Freeze Frame is a dynamic large screen multi-image presentation that tracks, from start to finish, the process of Ice Art, the International Ice Sculpting Competition held each March in Fairbanks.

Denali's Greatest Whitewater Rafting Adventure - In order to provide you a enjoyable raft trip this rafting company supplies guides, top quality Avon & Riken rafts, as well as gear for your comfort and safety.

Fairbanks Drama Association - The main stage performing season consists of six productions between September and May, annually. Each production has a three-weekend run of performances.

Pioneer Park - Alaska's only Historic Theme Park! Several museums, restaurants, shopping opportunities, as well as other attractions, performances, and much more.

Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum - The Museum collection features over 70 historically significant automobiles produced in the United States prior to World War II.

Georgeson Botanical Garden - A nationally recognized botanical garden and is a member of a national network of educational and research institutions dedicated to plant culture and conservation. It is designed to allow the public to learn about plant culture in the far north.

The Carlson Center - Fairbanks' premier entertainment, sports, meeting and convention facility.

Denali Wilderness Safaris - The experts here believe your Denali Park tour in Alaska should include an opportunity to learn about life in the remote "Far North" wilderness from the people that call this beautiful wilderness "home", winter and summer.

El Dorado Goldmine - In Interior Alaska, the El Dorado is an historic mine in the district where the rush started back in 1902. Today the rush continues with visitors who want an authentic experience learning to extract gold from the earth.

Fairbanks Community Museum - Commemorating and celebrating everything from the gold rush era to the great floods of of the 1960's, the Fairbanks Community Museum houses the best collection of Fairbanks' history.

Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre - Starting with a performance alongside the Chena River in downtown Fairbanks in 1992, the Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre has grown into a year-round producing and international-touring theatre company.

Gold Dredge No.8 - Described as either a floating workhorse or a mechanical gold pan, Gold Dredge No. 8 extracted millions of ounces of gold from the frozen Alaskan ground. Today, the Gold Dredge No. 8 National Historic District serves as a monument to the hard working miners who built Fairbanks.

Santa Claus House - Offers an amazing assortment of Christmas decor and ornaments, apparel, collectibles, made in Alaska items, as well as a selection of unique toys. Located in North Pole, this place is the real deal!

University of Alaska Museum of the North - The state's primary repository of natural and cultural history, is internationally recognized for its comprehensive northern collections. Nowhere else is there such a combination of comprehensive collections, professional curation and research on Alaska's social and biotic diversity.

Riverboat Discovery - Enjoy an unforgettable three and a half hour cruise into the history of Interior Alaska, aboard the authentic sternwheeler Riverboat Discovery III.