This national historic site is the only dredge in Alaska, and one of the last big gold dredges in the United States, open to the public.
It shows the equipment used to mine more than 7.5 million ounces of gold from Goldstream and Engineer Creeks.
Gold panning and a "Miner's Buffet Lunch" are offered. The site is open daily Memorial Day to mid-Sept.
The dredge is 250 feet long and five stories high. It is ten minutes from Fairbanks on the old Steese Hwy at Goldstream Rd.