Cabin #14 - Fairbanks Arts Association

Cabin #14 is one of the earliest cabins built in Fairbanks, built before 1904 by two Finns at 159 2nd Avenue. The original mud chinking is visible between the worm-eaten logs. The adjacent cabin on stilts is a cache, used for storing food.

Today, Cabin #14 is used by the Fairbanks Arts Association to store equipment and supplies for Gazebo Nights.

Getting There

Latitude: 64.839029
Longitude: -147.771436
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