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Talkeetna Historical Society Museum

Talkeetna Spur and D St., Talkeetna, AK
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good musem for a small town

We enjoyed walking through the museum and seeing the old stuff. But, what we really enjoyed there... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Jane S
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Fort Wayne
Great aviator and climbing history. do ranger program!

Great museum with lots of info on history of aviators and their accomplishments taking climbers to... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Tobi J
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“ranger talk” (20 reviews)
“scale model” (9 reviews)
“climbing mt” (10 reviews)
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Talkeetna Spur and D St., Talkeetna, AK
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Reviewed yesterday

We enjoyed walking through the museum and seeing the old stuff. But, what we really enjoyed there was the ranger led talk on climbing Denali. It was very informative.

Thank Jane S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Great museum with lots of info on history of aviators and their accomplishments taking climbers to the mountain. Be sure to hear the ranger program and Hit the ranger station for the video.

Thank Tobi J
Reviewed 4 days ago

I enjoy going back in time, learning the history of places. This place does just that. It was the first school house in Talkeetna. Then there are two other buildings in the back, one was dedicated to Curry, the other to Denali expeditions. I was...More

Thank efustok
Reviewed 1 week ago

Talkeetna seems to have a lot of tourist shops, some outdoor activities - and this museum. One room is about life in early Talkeetna, one about railroads and plane service, and one about people who tried to climb Denali. It will take you under an...More

Thank Ready2Go2008
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Be sure to hear the ranger talk on Denali at scale model. Also get info about historical walking tour. Visit Salmon Center near there... Great presentations

Thank mollyak
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a simple but very well done museum with lots of authentic artifacts depicting the various eras of the growth of the town and the conquering of Denali. Large scale model of Denali with lots of explanation. Nice little gift shop also.

Thank 15gregk
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Small local museum but the ranger talk on climbing Denali was extremely interesting and well done. Great local museum worth the time to stop and see what they have.

Thank johnLongmont_CO
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

very nice small museum arranged in several frame buildings. The woman there when we visited was very knowledgable and able to answer our questions. We especially enjoyed the scale model of the mountain and climbing exhibits. Unless you are a climber, there is not much...More

Thank Ramikat
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This museum has a great collection of historical artifacts and information about Talkeetna and Denali. It is well work a visit.

Thank Cynthia V
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We visited the museum specifically to see the ranger talk at 1pm. He was very interesting and explained what its like to climb Denali step by step. It's amazing what the climbers endure. The talk was the best part of the museum. Try to visit...More

Thank Lorrie M
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