Oscar Anderson House

Interesting
Home of meat packer Oscar Anderson, who lived here until 1969. One of the first houses in Anchorage, the gabled bungalow was moved from its original location across the street. Though at 800sq ft it is quite small by today's standards, the house was considered luxurious for the frontier town. Informative 30min tours begin with a sketch of Anchorage history, then cover the parlor, dining room, kitchen and upstairs bedrooms.

Useful information

Adresse : 

420 M St.

Phone:

+1 907-274-2336

Price:

free of charge

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