Address: 4525 Enstrom Cir, Anchorage.
They are the premier operator of Alaska flightseeing tours and Alaska day tours in Anchorage
Address: 420 M St, Anchorage.
This museum was opened in 1915 and this was the house of Oscar Anderson who had a significant role in the development of Anchorage and this museum, you can experience life in early Anchorage for over 30 years
Address: 610 W 17th Ave, Anchorage.
This is a beautiful nature park with tree-lined green space with a large, modern playground, dog park, hiking trails & a creek.
Address: 201 N Bragaw St, Anchorage.
This is a natural history museum in Alaska with interactive sessions, kids hands-on experiences
Address: 1297 W 5th Ave, Anchorage.
This is a popular picnic spot in Anchorage with a historic house and stunning views of Cook Intel
Address: 4601 Campbell Airstrip Rd, Anchorage.
This is a beautiful botanical garden with numerous species of plants & flowers
Address: 225 E 3rd Ave, Anchorage.
This is a large open-air market with fresh & exotic goods from around the World
Address: 320 L St, Anchorage.
This is a beautiful urban park in Anchorage where you can spend some relaxing moments with your family, enjoy beautiful gardens, children playgrounds, etc over here
Address: 9700 Point Woronzof Rd, Anchorage.
This park was created in 1994 and spreads around 191 acres of lush greenery. You can enjoy the views of breath-taking mountains, whale watching, nature trails, stunning valleys, etc from here
Address: 625 C St, Anchorage.
This is the perfect destination for studying and exploring the land, peoples, art and history of Alaska and this is a large art, history, ethnography, ecology and science museum
Address: 9401 Raspberry Rd, Anchorage.
This is one of the largest parks in Anchorage. Popular attractions are nearly 40 miles of walking trails, 20 miles of single-track bike runs, browsing moose, and the occasional bear,etc.
Address: 5101 Point Woronzof Rd, Anchorage.
This hilly area was created after a devastating earth-quake in 1964 and you can find children playgrounds, sitting areas, lush greenery, etc over here
Address: 8800 Heritage Center Dr, Anchorage.
If you want to explore the culture and heritage of Anchorage, take a visit to this heritage center. The Alaska Native Heritage Center shares the heritage of Alaska's 11 major cultural groups and was opened in 1999
Address: 4721 Aircraft Dr, Anchorage.
This museum was established in 1988 and it is located on the largest floatplane base in the World. Here you can find finest displays of Alaskan aviation history with interactive displays, memorabilia, photographs, films and artifacts from personal collections of Alaska’s pioneer aviators
Address: 222 W 7th Ave, Anchorage.
This is a renowned business center in Anchorage and was originally built in 1941 and the new building was built in 1979. The building is named after James M. Fitzgerald who was a superior court judge, associate justice for Alaska Supreme Court, district judge, and chief judge.
Address: 546 W 4th Ave, Anchorage.
This urban visitor center offers various exhibits and travel information to visitors