Small but fun. Loved the tidal pole showing how low/high the tides run! Modern and very clean. Staff very informative. Films very interesting.
Interactive exhibits, well laid out, plus informative films and classes. Excellent learning center. Staff very helpful
The Oceans Center provides a great overall experience documenting the people of Alaska and the wild life of the area. The building is fairly new and the architecture is lovely - the front doors to the center are so artistically done. This was the best value we encountered on our trip - not a lot of attractions are free. This... More
we were looking to just kill a little time and did not think the place was that big. It isn't, but they had used the space well, with jaw-dropping dioramas, hands-on displays and little surprises all over. There are charming carvings on the outside of the building, and a huge picture window inside looking out over the bay to the... More
This is a must for anyone interested in wildlife (and why would you visit Alaska if not?) Lots of information about the wildlife reserve and how people have impacted on it from the Russion fur traders to WW2. They have 2 very interesting films screened every 15 mins. Nice clean rest rooms, small gift shop and a guided walk in... More
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