Welcome to Pioneer Park, where history is celebrated and preserved for all to enjoy. Pioneer Park is a 44-acre Historical Theme Park located in the heart of Fairbanks, Alaska - between Airport Way and the Chena River bike path. There is no admission fee to enter Pioneer Park. Feel free to tour the Park and experience a self-guided tour of our artifacts, buildings, and grounds! You can also enjoy the playground and Bear Art Gallery at no cost! Some museums and activities charge a nominal fee.
During the summer season (Memorial Day weekend in May through Labor Day in September), Pioneer Park is open every day from 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm and offers picnic shelter rentals and shops featuring local artisans, restaurants, museums, and community events.
The Alaska Salmon Bake is open daily during the Summer season from 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm for dinner, and the Palace Theater offers a daily show at 8:15 pm.
Winter season hours are daily from 6:00 am - midnight and provide the opportunity for self-guided tours of artifacts, buildings, grounds, and special events.
Park Office Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday from 8 am-5 pm Year-Round
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT PIONEER PARK?
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Pioneer Park Polar Train (12/16)
Join us at Pioneer Park Train Museum from 12PM-4PM on Saturday, December 16th! Ride the train for free, have hot cocoa and cookies! The film The Polar Express will be shown at 12PM and 2PM.
The project team has been working with FNSB Staff, Pioneer Park stakeholders, an Advisory Committee, and the public to develop an actionable plan to create a future Park that reflects the community's desires. The Draft Master Plan was presented at a virtual meeting on August 12th and has since been updated based on your feedback. The Final Draft Master Plan is now going through the review and approval process.