Things to Do in Anchorage [2023]

The Tony Knowles Coastal Trail is an 11-mile-long trail along the coast of Anchorage, Alaska designated for non-motorized use.

Tony Knowles Coastal Trail

Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center is a sanctuary dedicated to preserving Alaska's wildlife through education, research, and quality animal care.

A renowned cultural center and museum in Anchorage, Alaska where all people can come to expand their understanding of Alaska's indigenous people.

Alaska Native Heritage Center

Potter Marsh

Potter Marsh, at the southern end of the Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge, is an ideal break from Anchorage for birders and other wildlife viewers.

Alaska Railroad

Anchorage has grown to a unique metropolis bordered by vast wilderness, majestic mountains and the sea.

Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center

The Anchorage Museum shares the art, history, culture, and stories of Alaska and the North through exhibitions and public programs focused on people, place.

Chugach State Park covers 495,204 acres (2,004 square kilometers) covering a hilly region immediately east of Anchorage, in south-central Alaska.

Chugach State Park

Matanuska Glacier State Recreation Site is accessible by road at Mile 101 of the Glenn Highway, 93 miles from Anchorage and 52 miles from Palmer.

Matanuska Glacier

Portage Glacier is a glacier on the Kenai Peninsula of the U.S. state of Alaska and is included within the Chugach National Forest.

Portage Glacier

Spencer Glacier rises 3,500 feet in a stunning, natural ramp from a lake of royal-blue icebergs in the Chugach National Forest.

Spencer Glacier

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