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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





 
A brown, irregularly shaped volcanic mountain  rises above a valley. The sky is blue with few clouds. Did You Know?
In 1912, one of the most violent eruptions ever recorded occurred in the wilderness of Katmai National Park & Preserve. The blast collapsed 7,500 foot Mount Katmai to its present elevation of 6,716 feet. In the resulting Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, fumaroles issued steam hot enough to melt zinc.