Alaska Attractions

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Eagle Beach

The name Eagle Beach seems to imply a shoreline that’s home to soaring bald eagles. While it’s definitely possible to see eagles here as they cruise aloft on ...  Read more

Earthquake Park

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 27 Reviews

What remains of the most powerful recorded earthquake in U.S. and North American history is best viewed from the beautiful Earthquake Park. The 1964 Anchorage ...  Read more

Exit Glacier

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 10 Reviews

Located in the Kenai Fjords National Park, Exit Glacier is the only section of the park accessible by road. The glacier itself is a striking cool blue sheet of ...  Read more

Fortress of the Bear

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 5 Reviews

Animal lovers heading to Sitka should consider visiting Fortress of the Bear, a non-profit bear rescue facility and the largest of its kind in the United ...  Read more

Fox Island

4 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

Fox Island -- not to be confused with the Fox Islands in the Aleutian Island chain -- is a remote island accessible from Seward by about an hour boat ride. ...  Read more

Georgeson Botanical Garden

Part of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, the Georgeson Botanical Garden -- which boasts being the northernmost botanical garden in North America -- is ...  Read more

Glacier Bay National Park

The thunderous splash of calving glaciers is a common sound in Glacier Bay National Park. Located on the border between Alaska and Canada, the massive park ...  Read more

Gold Dredge No. 8

Often described as a mechanical gold pan, Gold Dredge No. 8 is a historic gold mining site that is home to a ladder dredge that operated from 1928 to 1959 ...  Read more

Gold Rush Cemetery

The Gold Rush Cemetery is a fascinating place, allowing a glimpse into the past of the area’s people. The dates listed on the stones date back to 1897, and ...  Read more

Guard Island Lighthouse

Known as Alaska’s most accessible lighthouse, the historic Guard Island Lighthouse lit up for the first time on Sept. 15, 1924. The original 34-foot wooden ...  Read more

Happy Trails Kennel

Located about an hour outside of Anchorage, Happy Trails Kennel was started by four-time Iditarod champion Martin Buser. A training facility, kennel and ...  Read more

Hard Rock Cafe Anchorage

The Hard Rock Cafe Anchorage opened in the summer of 2014, the first and only Hard Rock Cafe in the state of Alaska. Anchorage's Hard Rock Cafe is located ...  Read more


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

Iditarod National Historic Trail

The legendary Iditarod National Historic Trail, known historically as the Seward-to-Nome Mail Trail, encompasses 1,000 miles (1,609 kilometers), although there ...  Read more

Inside Passage

Extending from Washington’s Puget Sound, along the shores of British Columbia and into the Gulf of Alaska, the Inside Passage is a must-have experience when ...  Read more

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