"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.
Welcome, Troopers and Officers!
Anchorage welcomes the National Troopers Coalition Fall Conference. Explore what Anchorage has in store before, during and after the meeting.
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.
DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE TO NTC FALL CONFERENCE DELEGATES
- Salmon Berry Tours is offering a 10% discount on all guided day tours available in August. Please contact Salmon Berry Tours directly at (907) 278-3572 or email@example.com to redeem your discount.
- Phillips Cruises and Tours in Whittier, Alaska is offering discounted rates for wildlife and glacier viewing cruises in Prince William Sound.
- Kenai Fjords Tours in Seward, Alaska is offering a 20% retail discount applicable on any wildlife and glacier viewing cruise between August 13 to 22.
Use code "NTROOPER" when reserving on the Kenai Fjords Tours' website. Bookable through August 22.
In Anchorage biking is a way of life. Whether you’re cruising on a cruiser, buzzing a forested single-track on a mountain bike, rolling through a greenway on a road bike or touring with a tandem, you’ll be in good company among the thousands of locals who ride.
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.
The Alaska Law Enforcement Museum located at 245 W 5th Ave is over 3,000 square feet of historical items representing the law enforcement profession in Alaska. Displays from the Territorial period through Statehood help capture the spirit of the Alaskan frontier. We provide a...
Alaska's largest museum, the Anchorage Museum tells the story of Alaska and the North. It is a multifaceted story that weaves together social, political, cultural, scientific, historic and artistic threads. Explore the full diversity of Alaska Native cultures, including...
The Alaska Zoo is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the visitors, residents and wildlife of Alaska since 1969. As the only zoo in Alaska, we are proud to provide homes for orphaned and injured Arctic and sub-arctic species as well as cold climate animals from other...
Gardens, gift shop, nature trails, tours. Hardy perennial gardens, peonies, rock garden, herb garden, Anchorage Heritage Garden, workshops, wildlife. Docent tour information online and by appointment. Beautifully cultivated gardens woven through a 110 acre spruce and birch...
Alaska's premier Alaska Native cultural center. The center shares the heritage of Alaska's 11 major cultures. Visitors experience Alaska Native cultures first-hand through stories, dance and more.
The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (AWCC) is located in Portage Valley and is surrounded by the breathtaking Chugach Mountain Range and Turnagain Arm Inlet. Located at Mile 79 of the Seward Highway, AWCC is a non-profit sanctuary dedicated to preserving Alaska’s wildlife...