Serving two dozen national and international cities, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport connects Alaska with the world. Flights from Seattle and Salt Lake, Portland and Phoenix, Chicago and Minneapolis, make up some of the more than 240 daily flights arriving and...
Welcome ABA Delegates!
Anchorage welcomes the American Bar Association's 2020 Fall Leadership Meeting. Explore what Anchorage has in store before, during and after the meeting. Join us in Anchorage September 17-19, 2020.
From the serene waters of Cook Inlet to the exceptional natural wonders of the Chugach, Anchorage encompasses incredible adventures and metropolitan appeals that are larger than life. With 1,500 moose, incredible national parks nearby and 60 glaciers a short drive away, it's a dream destination.
Anchorage is the best base from which to chase aurora. Many of the prime locations are easily accessed from the city. There are plenty of Anchorage guides with an eye for those magical lights.
Why shop Anchorage? Because there is no sales tax and the city has the widest array of goods are available.
From first savory bite to final sweet sensation, Anchorage's dining puts the best of Alaska on the menu. Local chefs offer up mouth-watering creations, and cuisine reflects the city's global draw and diverse community.
"What can I see and do in Anchorage?" Whether you have an hour or a whole day, day tour companies and their professional tour guides have a long list of “wow” destinations around Anchorage.
Most people plan at least three days in Anchorage during their Alaska travels. No matter how long you have, there are many ways to explore.