Our East Anchorage bed and breakfasts are located near the Alaska Botanical Gardens, the Alaska Native Heritage Center, the Alaska Museum of Natural History, Russian Jack Springs Park and more.
While we have divided Anchorage into different sections, it is important to note that everything is close within Anchorage. Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city and has all the amenities of living in a city, yet it is a city where it is easy to get from one place to another within 20 minutes by car.
The Alaska Botanical Gardens is a fairly young garden located on 110 acres of woodland and featuring a wonderful variety of arctic horticulture and native plants. The gardens are bordered on the east by Campbell Creek, which is home to a king salmon river run, and Far North Bicentennial Park.
Also in the east side of Anchorage is the Alaska Native Heritage Center and the Alaska Museum of Natural History.
The east part of Anchorage is in close proximity to Elmendorf AFB as well as Ft. Richardson. Russian Jack Springs Park with its trails is located in east part of Anchorage. Anchorage's Municipal Greenhouse, where all of our flowers for the summer's hanging baskets are grown, is located in Russian Jack Springs Park. The park also has a golf course.