Museum

Now Open

This winter, visit two museums at once.

The Fairbanks Children's Museum is partnering with the UA Museum of the North to offer a long-term exhibit in our auditorium that's open daily through April 30. You'll get access to new exhibits, an expanded creativity center, even birthday parties.

For more information about the Fairbanks Children's Museum, call 374-6873.


Museum Events

In addition to the events listed below, the museum offers short-term exhibits throughout the year. Visit the Special Exhibits page for information on current and upcoming exhibits.

Winter Break at UAMN

December 29-January 6

Drop-in craft: Create a 2014 naturalist calendar

Create your own decorative calendar string to record observations of the natural world. Monthly activities included. Measure snow depth, record bird sightings, and see your calendar grow! Drop in any time during open hours. Free with museum admission.

Baby Hour at UAMN

Sunday, January 5
10am-11am

On the first Sunday of the month, join us with your baby for a guided group exploration followed by coffee, tea, and conversation in the Education Center.
 
Enjoy art and exhibits together with your baby. Free with museum admission. Space is limited to the first 15 infants.
 

2014 Open House

Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014  *  12-4pm

Get a look behind-the-scenes at the labs where researchers make discoveries about the science, culture, health, and environment of Alaska.

Admission is free! Call 474-7505 for more information.

January Education Programs

Explore these educational, cultural, and play-based activities offered all month long

Baby Hour  for infants up to 1 year and caregivers
First Sunday of the Month from 10-11am

Early Explorers for ages 2-5 (with adult)
1st and 3rd Saturdays from 10-11am

Junior Curators for ages 6-14 (with adult)
2nd and 4th Saturdays from 2-3:30pm

For program descriptions, see our Family Programs flyer.

Family Programs are included with regular museum admission and free for museum members. Parking is free on weekends.

Read more here.

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