Service: Museums and Cultural Centers
Dramatic architecture and new exhibit galleries make the expanded University of Alaska Museum of the North an extraordinary destination.
Explore 2,000 years of art in the new Rose Berry Alaska Art Gallery. See ancient ivory carvings, Alaska Native artworks, paintings, photographs and contemporary sculpture.
Discover fascinating stories about Alaska's people, places and wildlife in the award-winning Gallery of Alaska. Highlights include the state's largest gold display, videos on the aurora and Blue Babe, the world's only Ice Age steppe bison mummy.
Hear the voices of the sun, the moon, earthquakes and the aurora in The Place Where You Go to Listen, an ever-changing sound and light environment.
Shop for fine gifts, books and Alaska Native art in the Museum Store.
Open year-round on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus.
907 Yukon Drive