At A Glance: Anchorage, Alaska



Anchorage at a Glance

Ideas for First Timers:

  • Alaska Culture Pass - Anchorage Museum & Alaska
  • Native Heritage Center
  • Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
  • Tony Knowles Coastal Trail
  • Alaska Railroad
  • Glacier & Wildlife Day Cruise

Ideas for Repeat Visitors:

  • Alyeska Resort
  • Eklutna Lake
  • Anchorage City Trolley Tours
  • Flightseeing
  • Crow Creek Mine


Anchorage is an exceptional blend of cosmopolitan chic and rugged adventure. There are 60 glaciers within a 50-mile radius, and roughly 1,500 moose roam through parks and even city streets! At the same time, museums and cultural centers provide an enriching look at the region's customs, history and art, full-service hotels comfortably accommodate guests, artisans sell their wares (tax free) in local galleries, and award-winning chefs serve up exquisite eats.

Come experience everything that makes ABA-member Anchorage a great tour destination.

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