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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Center which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
A line of four Alaskan Native dancers wearing traditional parkas in brilliant blue and brown, fur-lined gloves, move to the beat of the drummers seated behind them.
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Hours for the Fairbanks Alaska Center
 
An image on a sidewalk leading to a tall brown building with floor-to-ceiling windows and an entrance at the end of the walkway.
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Entrance to the Morris Thompson Cultural & Visitors Center on a typical summer day.

Operating Hours & Seasons
The Alaska Public Lands Information Center is open year-round.

Summer (Memorial Day –Labor Day)
Every Day 8am-6pm

Winter
 (Labor Day- Memorial Day)
Monday-Saturday 8am-5pm

We will be closed in observation of the following federal holidays:

Veterans Day

Thanksgiving

Dec 25: Christmas

Jan 1: New Year's

Martin Luther King, Jr Day

Alaska Public Lands Information Center
101 Dunkel Street Suite 110
Fairbanks, AK 99701

Telephone: 907.459.3730
Fax: 907.459.3729
Email: fair_interpretation@nps.gov





 
Closeup profile shot of a Barrow's Goldeneye in flight. The bird is brown with white bands around it's beak, neck and wings. The background is a flat watery surface reflecting the green foliage. Did You Know?
Birds displaced from their traditional breeding areas due to drought or habitat loss, often fly northward to more dependable and natural ecosystems. Continuing loss of prairie wetlands by drainage and filling increases the importance of the essentially unchanged, unpolluted waters of Alaska.