Exploring Tourism in United States
United States
icon Worldwideicon
Places to Visit Details


Anchorage, United States

Alaska´s largest city Anchorage lies between the Chugach Mountains and Cook inlet. Anchorages is more urban than any other place in Alaska but it´s also just as wild

Anchorage is best known for trails, wildlife and glaciers and it is the states´s cultural soul as well artists and musicians than any other place in Alaska


Kincaid Park is a popular year-round hiking and biking, destination, with 40 miles of hiking trials and 20 miles of single track trails woven through 1,400 acres

Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge is Anchorage´s best destination for birding

Bordering much of the city is Chugach State Park a 495,000 acre wilderness area and the fourth largest state park in the United States

Anchorage Museum

Recently renovated to the tune of $75 million, the Anchorage Museum s Alaska´s largest museum. This world-class museum tells the story of Alaska, past and present- a multifaceted story that weaves together soicial,, political, cultural, scientific historic, and artistic threads

Alaska Native Heritage Center is a 26-acre complex that invites visitors to experience Alaska Native Culture

On the south shore of Lake Hood, the world´s busiest floatplane lake is the Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum

Fishing: From mid-to late summer, king,coho,and pink salmon,spawn up Ship Ceek, the historical site of Taniana fish camps

Alaska Zoo

The unique wildlife of the Artic is on display at the Alaska Zoo, the only zoo in Northern America that spicializes in northern animals


A wide range of flightseeing tours are available in Anchorage, each offering an eagle-eye view of the wilderness glaciers, and mountains that lie outside the city


Anchorage Fur Rendezvous or simply ¨Randy,¨ as most locals call it one of the best winter festivals in Alaska

Summer Solstice Festival held on the weekend closest tothe longest day of the year

Staying and Dining in Anchorage

Check out more Places to Visit