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The Land of the Midnight Sun

A city known for long daylight hours in the summers and the best starry nights for northern lights viewing in the winters, Fairbanks is truly a land of natural wonders! The longest recorded day in Fairbanks is the summer solstice on June 21 with 21 hours and 49 minutes of daylight, and the shortest recorded day is the winter solstice on December 21 with only 3 hours and 43 minutes of daylight.

Fairbanks tells its story through native art and culture, remnants of gold rush history, natural beauty, and the trans-Alaskan oil pipeline.  Visit Fairbanks to explore native Alaskan culture through art galleries, museums, and cultural centers, bathe in natural hot springs, experience world-class aurora sightings, or even as a starting point for any Arctic expedition or a day trip to the Arctic Circle.

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Home to the Athabascan Indians and Inupiaq and Yupik Inuits, Fairbanks has a rich array of ornaments and artifacts made out of walrus bone, whale baleen, caribou antler, birch bark, moose hide, and much more. 

You will also find exquisite collections of native Alaskan-made quills, baskets, and beadwork.

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Fairbanks Activities 

Considered the ideal basecamp for exploring Alaska’s interior and the Arctic, Fairbanks offers plenty of activities for history lovers and explorers at heart.

Whether you want to indulge yourself in Alaskan history and native art or try your hand at gold panning, ice fishing, or northern lights viewing, Fairbanks is a great city for many world-class experiences

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Fairbanks Restaurants 

From locally sourced food cafes & trucks to international cuisine, Fairbanks has many food choices to ensure that you find something delicious and satisfying for each of your meals.

Thai-food lovers take heart, Fairbanks has the most Thai restaurants per capita of any city in the US: 24 to be exact.

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About Fairbanks

Due to its location in the interior region of the state, Fairbanks provides a perfect backdrop to start your mesmerizing trip.

Captivated by the natural surroundings of Fairbanks, local artists give birth to art that is inspired by both nature and the native culture. Events such as the Festival of Native Arts, the Midnight Sun Festival, and the Yukon Quest, learn about Fairbanks enriching local culture.

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