Alaska Salmon Bake

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What To Expect

Enjoy a truly Alaskan dining experience at Fairbanks' city park!

Specifications

Type:
Tours in Fairbanks
Departs From:
Fairbanks
Meeting Point:
Pioneer Park
Duration:
4 hours
Availability:
daily at any time from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Product Code:
8754
Voucher info:
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Description

The Alaska Salmon Bake is a truly Alaskan dining experience. Enjoy salmon, halibut and cod direct from Alaska's icy waters or slow roasted prime rib cooked over an open wood grill before your eyes. The meal is served from 17:00 to 21:00 and guests can come by any time.

After this hearty, delicious meal, you can spend some time on your own exploring Fairbanks' 44-acre Pioneer Park, which opened in 1967 to celebrate the centennial of the Alaska Purchase. The park commemorates early Alaskan history and includes:

  • Gold Rush Town - 35 restored buildings from early Fairbanks, including the first church in Fairbanks and a house owned by Judge James D. Wickersham. Most now house gift shops and other merchants.

  • SS Nenana - a sternwheeler that carried passengers and cargo on the Hena River from 1933 to 1954. At 230 feet (70 m) it is the second-longest wooden-hulled ship still in existence. Now a museum.

  • Denali Observation car ("Harding Car") - the rail car used by President Warren G. Harding during a visit to Alaska in 1923 to formally complete the Alaska Railroad.

  • Replica Alaska Native village featuring artifacts.

  • Alaska Centennial Center for the Arts - theater, art gallery, and meeting hall.

  • Pioneer Hall - designed to resemble an early-20th-century meeting hall. Includes the Pioneer Museum, which features Gold Rush memorabilia and the "Big Stampede" mural presentation.

  • Pioneer Air Museum - aviation memorabilia and 14 aircraft; begun through the efforts of aviation historian Randy Acord.

  • Crooked Creek and Whiskey Island Railroad - operating narrow-gauge railroad which circumnavigates the park.

  • Tanana Valley Railroad Museum - features restored 1899 TVRR Engine No. 1, oldest working steam locomotive in Alaska, and still operated on occasion by volunteers.

  • Mining Valley - contains working replica of a gold rush-era sluice gate.

  • Replica of the wheelhouse of SS Lavelle Young, the steamer used by Fairbanks founder E.T. Barnette to reach the site of the settlement.

  • Mini Golf Fairbanks is America's Northernmost 36 hole Mini Golf Course.

  • Fairbanks Arts Associations - a non-profit organization set up to promote excellence in contemporary and traditional arts in Interior Alaska.

Includes

  • All-you-can-eat buffet of slow roasted prime rib, salmon, halibut and cod

Excludes

  • Transportation to Pioneer Park

  • Personal expenses

  • Tips and gratuities

  • Optional activity costs

Please Note

  • Guests are free to stay in the park after their meal until closing time.

Cancellation Policy

  • Up to 30 days prior to departure - 100% cancellation fee

  • 31 to 45 days prior to departure - 75% cancellation fee

  • 46 to 60 days prior to departure - 50% cancellation fee

A minimum cancellation fee per person after 60 days applies. Additional cancellation fees may be imposed.

Cancellation Policy

  • 50% Cancellation Fee (50% reimbursement): 46 days prior to date of activity.
  • 75% Cancellation Fee (25% reimbursement): between 31 to 45 days prior to date of activity.
  • 100% Cancellation Fee (no reimbursement): 30 days or less prior to date of activity.

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