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  1. Earthquake Park

      Don’t worry, this particular park on the coast isn’t more likely to experience an earthquake than anywhere else in Anchorage. Named after a devastating earthquake in 1964, the disaster shaped the area into a unique landscape where you’ll now find a variety of trails and rich interpretive displays. Also known as the Good Friday…

  2. Bear Tooth Theatrepub

      Can’t decide between catching a movie or a night at the pub? Enjoy both simultaneously at the Bear Tooth Theatrepub in downtown Anchorage! You’ll get fresh, delicious and still affordable food, beer and wine to snack and sip on during your movie. There’s over 12,000 square feet of renovated space available, including a pub…

  3. Oscar Anderson House Museum

      You won’t want to miss out on the Oscar Anderson House Museum, located at 420 M Street in downtown. Within Elderberry Park, it’s the first private residence in Anchorage with a wood frame and was constructed in 1915. Today, it’s the only original, historic home still standing in the city. Guided tours show visitors…

  4. Alaska Experience Theatre

      Going to the Alaska Experience Theater is a charming, unique experience when you’re in the heart of. Intimate and nostalgic, yet featuring state of the art equipment, the downtown cinema on 4th Street is popular for events, banquets, and checking out locally made films and movies featuring the beauty of Alaska. With a 3-D…

  5. Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

      Education, conservation, and the best animal care is the trifecta of the AWCC, located slightly southwest of downtown Anchorage and easily accessible in summer months. The AWCC is part of the reason wild bison roam free once again in Alaska, and here you’ll be able to meet and greet these four-legged residents in rehabilitation,…

  6. Alyeska Tramway

      Get properly introduced to Alaska aboard the Alyeska Tramway, an aerial tram suitable for all ages and abilities. It’s one of the best and quickest ways to take in sweeping views of the glaciers, mountains and waterways. Soaring 2,300 feet above the sea, you’ll have the option of two mountaintop dining experiences as well…

  7. An Anchorage Fourth of July

      Anchorage celebrates Independence Day with a three-day event starting with the July 3 downtown breakfast roundup. Indulge with a Ship Creek Benedict or embrace the seafood options with a Crabby Omelet before taking a stroll around Town Square Park to check out the decorations. In the evening, the Eagle River Lions Club hosts the…

  8. Glacier Brewhouse for Father’s Day

      What better destination for Father’s Day than Anchorage’s premier brewery and restaurant where you’ll find 13 craft brews ranging from pale blondes to rich stouts? Founded in 1996, all beers are made onsite and managed by master brewers Chris Anderson and Bob Acree. As an upscale establishment in downtown, it’s a popular destination for…

  9. Knik Glacier

      You can’t get to Knik Glacier by road, but fortunately there are local tour companies eager to take you to one of the most overlooked gems in the area. Located along the northern ridge of the Chugach Mountains, the glacier is more than 38 miles long and stretches 5 miles wide. The perfect example…

  10. Shopping at Tikahtnu Commons

      You can get all your shopping, dining and entertainment needs met at Anchorage’s Tikahtnu Commons where your favorite chains meet local boutiques and state-of-the-art entertainment. There are the staples like Kohl’s, Target, Old Navy and Starbucks. You will also find Regal Entertainment Cinemas with the latest technology and big screens for a little low-key…

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