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The setting is so small and intimate that visitors are sometimes even invited to join the dancers on stage. It takes only 15 minutes to see the exhibits, but you can also watch a 90-minute video about Warren Metzker, a legend of Alaska aviation who captained the Jewish airlift of Yemenite Jews to the newly-created state of Israel.
Allow about 2.5 hours to hike part of the Iditarod National Historic Trail to the ruins of an old gold mine and Raven Glacier on your way to the pass.
Get a real feel for this gold rush country by hiking the 22.5 miles from Crow pass to the Eagle River Nature Center, north of downtown Anchorage.
This Anchorage library is much more than a spot for locals to check out books—it’s one of the most spectacular buildings in Anchorage and a true destination for visitors.
With a large section of Alaskana, gorgeous artwork, and numerous events, it’s a great place for travelers to get a better sense of the state.