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Oscar Anderson House Museum

How was it like to live in Alaska during the year 1915? The famous Oscar Anderson House Museum in Anchorage, Alaska is a reminiscent of all that you would want to know about the kind of life that existed in the city back then. The grand museum is located at the M Street & 5th Avenue in Elderberry Park in Anchorage. Oscar Anderson is known to have played a crucial role in the overall development of the early city of Anchorage. His home had been listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the USA in the year 1978. The house underwent major restoration during the period of 1978 to 1982 under the supervision of the Anderson family. The interiors of the home were intricately restored to its earliest version with the help of Ruth –the daughter of the family.


The museum opened its doors to the general public in the year 1980. Since then, the museum has been providing the locals as well as the tourists with an opportunity to experience the early life of people in Alaska. The tours to the museum can be accessed with the help of appointments. Moreover, one can visit the museum on a regular basis from the weekend of the Memorial Day through the weekend of the Labor Day. You can also visit the museum during the Swedish weekends to enjoy your time here.




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