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The Elderberry Park is a local park in downtown Anchorage, Alaska. Its history can be traced back to the year 1917 when the US government acquired the lot of the site and decided to turn it into a park.

Best known for being a local playground, the Elderberry Park actually has a number of other things to offer. For one, picnicking is allowed and benches are available throughout the park, giving more family fun to visitors. There are also restrooms during the season, which usually takes place from May to September. Parking is quite limited, however, with only ten spaces.

The Elderberry Park is also the home of the Oscar Anderson House Museum, the only historic house museum in all of Anchorage.
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