Things To Do In Anchorage Alaska

The Alaska Native Heritage Museum

Located on the traditional territories of the Dena’ina Athabascan people and the Native Village of Eklutna, Anchorage is rich with culture.

At Hilltop Ski Area

 The unique things to do in Anchorage, hitting the slopes just might be the most exhilarating.

At Chugach State Park

The U.S. has some of the most scenic skiing trails. Featuring 110 miles of ski routes, open only during the winter.

Downtown Anchorage

From picturesque parks, including Town Square Park and Resolution Park, to the flowering Centennial Rose Garden.

The Anchorage Museum

The museum offers a number of seasonal and permanent exhibits, including the Alaska Exhibition, Art of the North, and Living Our Cultures.

The Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge

Stretching 16 miles from Point Voronzoff to Potter Creek, this wildlife refuge is home to birds, moose, beaver, muskrat, salmon.

The Famous Alaska Railroad

Get out of the city for a scenic tour of the surrounding area. Board the Coastal Classic Train, which takes guests from Anchorage to Turnagain Arm.

A Helicopter Ride

For those who are not afraid of heights, a sky tour of the city is suitable. Glacier Landing Tours conducted by Alaska Helicopter Tours.

The Spectacular Northern Lights

Wondering when and where to see the northern lights in Alaska? Also known as Aurora Borealis.

The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

Animal lovers can head to Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center for wild encounters with exciting species. 

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