Pioneer Park

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Pioneer Park, located in Fairbanks, Alaska, is a 44-acre historical park that provides a captivating journey into Alaska's past. Originally established in 1967 as Alaskaland, the park was later renamed and now features a collection of preserved historical buildings from the state's early days. Visitors explore museums, galleries, and exhibits that highlight Alaskan culture, art, and history, ranging from Native Alaskan heritage to the Gold Rush era. The park offers recreational activities, scenic walks along the Chena River, and hosts various events and festivals celebrating Alaskan traditions. With shops selling unique crafts, local cuisine, and live cultural performances, Pioneer Park stands as a vibrant and educational destination, showcasing the diverse heritage of the Last Frontier. (Submitted by Brian Good)

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Old Historic Fairbanks Buildings
Historic buildings turned into shops