Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race Headquarters Wasilla, Alaska

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Reviews: Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race Headquarters (Wasilla)

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Alex Lozano

a year ago

Great place to lean more about the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race and it's history. It's small museum with a great gift shop and even greater staff. They even have a statue of Balto!


a year ago

A small group of us visited here for the first time recently. The staff was very nice and helpful. It is a really neat museum, and even has a little gift shop. If you are interested in learning more about the Iditarod, this is a great place to visit!

Darryl Gay

a year ago

Had a great time. This is where they train the snow dogs for mushing! All the animals were in great health and happy to play with us. Those little guys are strong and fast!

Ryan Thompson

a year ago

Cute little gift shop, friendly staff

Cathy Sheridan

a year ago

Great museum, gift shop, and facilities. Off the beaten path in Wasilla, Alaska.

Alyssa Bowers

a year ago

Cute little stop if you’re in the area. Gift shop was super expensive, but I’m assuming it helps fund their organization. Cool to see some Of the history!

Ben Pitchford

a year ago

Glad we stopped here for our boys to learn some history. The gift shop had a lot of options, and the cart ride behind real sled dogs was awesome!

Douglas Sinclaire

a year ago

Easy to get to. Friendly staff. Clean bathrooms. $10 for a short but fun sled pull. Dogs got so excited! You can pet one of the frisky puppies. Gift shop has good selection, and lots of historic info inside museum.

Gary Mayhew

a year ago

Great place to lean about the history of the Iditarod and the life of sled dogs and mushers. Love the fact they have Togo on site. We even took a training ride with some dogs while there!

Greg Swartz

a year ago

Everything outside was well manicured. Good says they close at 5. Got there at 3. They are closed on weekends. Very weird if you ask me... you get more traffic on weekends... close on Monday and Tuesday.

J.D. Sandifer

a year ago

It's a nice little museum with lots of interesting info and items from the race, and a nice video about the dogs. The dog cart ride is kinda short, but it's also a pretty unique experience so I'd still recommend going when that's available.

Jane Pitchford

a year ago

I'm so glad we visited! The museum was so informative and interesting, and the sled ride was fun. And they had Togo there! The more I learn about dog sledding, the more endearing it becomes.

Jim Siekman

a year ago

Great little shop, movie, friendly staff and a sled ride if you want to pay the $10 charge. Lots of fun.

John Gomez

a year ago

Great place to go visit, the video about the dogs is a must see, I recommend the movie if you got about 1/2 hour to spare. Staff is very friendly and helpful.

Mary B

a year ago

We were able to pet the puppies and some of the adult dogs. The owners were very informative and friendly, there was a dog powered cart to give rides ($10) and plenty of opportunities for photos. There is also an indoor museum which is free to the public. Great fun for the kids and the adults too.

Seojun Lee

a year ago

Awesome place! There's a dog cart ride(sled in the winter) that is $10 a person. You're allowed to pet 2 or 3 pups.There's also a few statues and a gift shop that offers you a video about the Iditarod.

Cecil Carter

a year ago

This place is special, taking a ride with the dogs pulling a sled is fantastic

Corey Mulawka

a year ago

Awesome place very clean and well taken care of. You can take a short cart ride with the dogs. It's worth seeing how happy they are to run. Lots of suvniers. I personally would try and get a way bigger sign by the road to catch people just passing through. All in all if your near here stop and check it out.

Daniel Billingsley

a year ago

I got to go on a dog sled ride, and hold a puppy for $10…… Do you need more information?….no, no you don’t.

Danielle See

a year ago

The sled ride is awesome with the dogs and mushers!

Hyo Lim

a year ago

Very impressive than I expected. You can see the history

Joel Timothy

a year ago

Loved it! If you are from out of town, like we are, its a great place to visit and learn about the history of the race! Also got to have a cool experience with some actually sled dogs!

Mark Noe

a year ago

Great experience! Merchandise is overpriced

Michael Cooper

a year ago

Friendly and informative staff. Got to pet some three-week-old puppies.

The Stone Mason

a year ago

A must stop if your in Alaska!

Alex Saunders

a year ago

Good Alaskan experience. Pay the $10 and ride the sled dog pulled cart. Then you can say you've ridden a dog sled.

Brandie Stordahl

a year ago

What a one of a kind experience! Holding the future Iditarod puppies was the best part!! The sled run was fun too. The museum is full of unique gifts and Iditarod history. A must see for your Alaska experience!

M MacFarland

a year ago

More a gift shop then a museum. They do have cart (on wheels) pulled by dogs (for a additional fee). Limited displays. Some pictures and films. They all have a replica of the safety cabins (closed when we visited)

Melissa Saunders

a year ago

Such a great place to visit if you want to learn about the history of the Iditarod. Fun for all ages!

Herb Myers

a year ago

Great place hands on with puppies, some history videos and a good gift store

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Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race Headquarters, Alaska, Wasilla

2100 S Knik Goose Bay Rd

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