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Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

4 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

Alaska is known for its wildlife, and at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center you can see an array of native species in one place. You’ll learn the ...  Read more

Pioneer Park

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

This 44-acre (109-hectare) city park is located along the Chena River and is Alaska’s only historic theme park. It was opened in 1967 as Alaska 67 Centennial ...  Read more

Turnagain Arm

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

The Turnagain Arm is a waterway into the Gulf of Alaska, one of two branches of the Cook Inlet. The Turnagain Arm Drive is the 50-mile stretch from Anchorage ...  Read more

University of Alaska Museum of the North

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

This top-rated visitor attraction at the University of Alaska Fairbanks boasts being the only research and teaching museum in Alaska. With a goal of acquiring, ...  Read more

Mt Roberts Tramway

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 6 Reviews

Arcing upwards from the waterfront at Juneau’s cruise terminal to the crest of Mt. Roberts, a ride aboard the Mt. Roberts Tramway is one of Juneau’s signature ...  Read more

Matanuska Glacier

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

Originating within the Chugach Mountain Range, the Matanuska Glacier can enhance your Anchorage itinerary. At about 26 miles long and four miles wide, it is ...  Read more

Aurora Ice Museum

3 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

Sixty miles from Fairbanks, the Aurora Ice Museum draws more than 10,000 visitors every summer. A chilly -7° Celsius inside, it’s the largest year-round ...  Read more

Homer

Homer, Alaska, is a small town but it has many big names — it’s known as the “Halibut Fishing Capital of the World.” Located on the coast of Kachemak Bay, ...  Read more

Katmai National Park

Remotely located in Southwestern Alaska near Kodiak Island, Katmai National Park is one of the foremost places to see Alaskan brown bears, which come to feast ...  Read more

Lake Clark National Park

Surrounded by trees, mountains and volcanoes — all reflected in turquoise water — and with only subarctic wildlife to keep you company, Lake Clark is Alaskan ...  Read more

Creek Street

In pioneering days every red-blooded gold-rush town had a red-light district, and during Ketchikan’s frontier past it was Creek Street. This historic bordello ...  Read more

Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum

Preserving Alaska’s foray into the skies, the Alaskan Aviation Heritage Museum acts to foster the public’s interest in man’s exploration into the wide open ...  Read more

Alaska Botanical Garden

A prized local retreat for indigenous flora, the Alaska Botanical Garden is a public garden dedicated to the North’s native plants and the art of horticulture. ...  Read more

Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge

Encompassing 4.9 million acres (20,000 square kilometers), the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge is America’s largest marine refuge, spread out along ...  Read more

Alaska Railroad

Extending from Seward to beyond Fort Wainwright in Alaska’s interior, the Alaska Railroad provides commuters access to popular tourist stops like Whittier, ...  Read more

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