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The Sul­li­van Road­house His­tor­i­cal Muse­um is housed in the old­est road­house in the inte­ri­or of Alas­ka and is locat­ed in the heart of Delta Junc­tion at the End of the Alas­ka High­way. Built in 1905 by John and Flo­rence Sul­li­van, the log lodge now hous­es a muse­um that focus­es on the Valdez-Fair­banks Trail and the road­hous­es that oper­at­ed along its route. Beau­ti­ful­ly recre­at­ed rooms, as well as inter­pre­tive exhibits give our vis­i­tors a real feel…  ...more

Home of the Delta His­tor­i­cal Soci­ety Muse­um, Rika’s Road­house at Big Delta State His­tor­i­cal Park is in a ten-acre state park on the shores of the Tanana Riv­er. The Valdez-to-Fair­banks Trail ran through here and con­tin­ued across the riv­er, aid­ed by a fer­ry. The road­house was built to accom­mo­date the trav­el­ers and is a Nation­al His­toric Site. The muse­um is a sep­a­rate build­ing behind the road­house and has dis­plays of arti­facts from the Alaskan  ...more

Tour of an Alaskan home­stead. Includes a tour of the home­stead log house, green house and gar­dens, vis­it­ing an authen­tic Alas­ka freight dog team, hav­ing a look around the barns, cor­rals and out build­ings, view­ing live­stock and an authen­tic oper­at­ing sawmill that fur­nish­es all the lum­ber used on the home­stead. Also view a large selec­tion of his­tor­i­cal farm­ing and min­ing equip­ment. Hours Call for hours Admis­sion Donations   ...more

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