Alaska Attractions

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Aurora Ice Museum

4 star rating: Recommended 3 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

Baranof Castle State Historical Site

More commonly referred to as Castle Hill, the Baranof Castle State Historical Site is one of the most significant sites in Alaska. Today a winding path leads ...  Read more

Bear Glacier

Not far from the town of Seward, there are nearly 40 glaciers making up an icefield that spans more than 300 square miles, all contained within Kenai Fjords ...  Read more

Bouchard’s International Dog Mushing and Sled Museum

The sport of dog sledding is a state pastime for folks in Alaska, and now, visitors can get a behind the scenes look of this local legacy on a visit to the ...  Read more

Chena Hot Springs Resort

An hours’ drive from Fairbanks, Alaska’s Chena Hot Springs Resort includes an indoor chlorinated pool for families and a natural-rock outdoor lake filled with ...  Read more

Chena River Recreation Area

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Encompassing 254,080 acres (102,823 hectares), the Chena River Recreation Area is located about 30 minutes east of Fairbanks, with the Chena River being the ...  Read more

Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve

Bald eagles have a safe home at the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve. Created in 1982, the huge park protects the world’s largest collection of bald eagles and ...  Read more

Chilkoot Trail

Following the Chilkoot Trail is to take a journey into the past, to the time before the gold-rush era of prospectors when the Tlingit people used the route to ...  Read more

Chugach State Park

4.5 star rating: Recommended 30 Reviews

Just beyond the edge of Anchorage and nestled in the foothills of the Alaskan Rockies lies the third largest state park in America. Chugach State Park boasts ...  Read more

Cook Inlet

A watershed extending from Anchorage to the Gulf of Alaska, the Cook Inlet encompasses 180 miles (290 km) of beauty and recreation. It’s surrounded by ...  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

Crow Creek Mine

If you’ve ever wanted to experience gold panning or are interested in learning about Alaskan heritage, Crow Creek Mine is the perfect place. Located in ...  Read more

Dalton Highway

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

The Dalton Highway runs for 414 miles to Alaska’s northernmost mountains in the Brooks Range and nearly all the way out to the Arctic Ocean. Running through ...  Read more


5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

At 20,322 feet (6,194 meters), Denali (formerly Mt McKinley) is North America’s highest mountain peak. Formed 60 million years ago, this snow-capped granite ...  Read more

Denali National Park

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 4 Reviews

At more than 6 million acres (2.5 million hectares), Denali National Park is a breathtaking wilderness area, which includes North America’s highest ...  Read more

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