Make an adventure out of learning! Explore our Field Trip options below.
Though Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve is remote, students can learn about the natural and cultural history of this astonishingly wild resource through field trips to the Fairbanks Alaska Public Lands Information Center located inside the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center. Join park rangers for standards-based educational programs that utilize engaging hands-on activities and multimedia presentations that bring the park alive. The world-class exhibits at the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center enhance the field trip experience with dioramas of boreal forest and tundra landscapes, cultural artifacts and displays of Alaska’s varied natural resources.
Guided In person field trips are unavailable with current Covid-19 safety precautions in place, however we will still be offering some self-guided activities on site. Please see options below:
If you are interested in guiding your class or student through the exhibits virtually, contact us about our teacher exhibit guide that contains suggestions for the Alaska State Education Standards our exhibits could help you meet.
Please contact us at 907-459-3730 for exhibit hours and for more information about on site visits
Last updated: December 9, 2020