See it all, get out into nature, even in the middle of Anchorage

Whether an Anchorage vacation is your ultimate destination or just a part of your Alaska vacation travels, take advantage of all that Anchorage attractions offers. Shopping, dining, visiting museums, fishing and active outdoor adventures — they’re all easy to do in the city. Find out about all of the great things to do in Anchorage in the sections below.

TRAVEL PARTNERS - TRIPS AND TOUR PROVIDERS

Choose from Anchorage tours, activities, outdoor adventures, and transportation options which will make your trip-planning easier. AABBA’s Travel Partners are committed to making the most of your Alaska adventure in our great city and state... [Read More]

AREA ATTRACTIONS AND THINGS TO DO

If you’re searching for information on national parks in Alaska, Anchorage museums, transportation options, charter fishing companies, and other attractions, you’ll find it all here. Did you know that Anchorage was one of the few cities with an active salmon run in a river through the city? Flightseeing offers bear viewing near Katmai or over Denali. Scenic tours are offered by The Alaska Railroad for travel to Seward, Denali, and Fairbanks. Your B&B host also has valuable expertise on things to do in Anchorage and beyond... [Read More]

ANCHORAGE CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Find information on Anchorage festivals, performing arts, sports and recreation events, annual events and the outdoor Saturday and Sunday Market in the summer. From garden tours to fishing and hunting, from gatherings of Alaska’s Native peoples to conventions and trade shows, it’s all here... [Read More]

WINTER ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS

Every March, The Last Great Race, the Iditarod, departs from Anchorage, and the Fur Rondy Winter Carnival brings in trappers from all over the state to sell their pelts. During our winters, Anchorage is home to some of the best outdoor recreation in the state, from cross-country skiing to snowmobiling. You can ski, skate, fish, and more, all within the city on groomed trails and cleared lakes. In the winter, Alaskans ward off “cabin fever” by enjoying the natural beauty of the area and getting out into it! [Read More]

“Our stay was great! Thanks for all the recommendations - we made the most of our trip to Anchorage - kayaking, hiking, the museums… We had full, fun days and restful nights.”

–Jeff and Julia, Boston

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