10 Best Things to do in Anchorage!

Visit the Anchorage Museum: Explore the state's largest museum, featuring exhibits on Alaskan art, history, science, and native cultures.

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Take a walk in Tony Knowles Coastal Trail: This scenic 11-mile trail offers beautiful views of the city skyline, mountains, and coastline. It's perfect for walking, jogging, biking, or rollerblading.

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Enjoy the Alaska Native Heritage Center: Learn about Alaska's indigenous cultures through exhibits, workshops, and demonstrations. You can also watch traditional dances and hear stories from Native elders.

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Go wildlife viewing: Take a wildlife tour or visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center to see bears, moose, caribou, musk oxen, and other native animals up close.

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Explore Chugach State Park: Located just outside Anchorage, this park offers hiking, biking, camping, and wildlife watching opportunities. Flattop Mountain and Eagle River Nature Center are popular spots within the park.

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Visit the Alaska Zoo: Home to a wide variety of animals, including polar bears, wolves, moose, and more. The zoo provides educational programs and opportunities to observe and learn about Alaskan wildlife.

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Discover the Alaska Aviation Museum: Learn about Alaska's rich aviation history through exhibits showcasing vintage aircraft, memorabilia, and interactive displays.

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Explore the Alaska Botanical Garden: Stroll through beautiful gardens and trails featuring native Alaskan plants, including a rock garden, herb garden, and a boreal forest.

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Take a day trip to the Portage Glacier: Drive along the scenic Seward Highway to Portage Valley and take a boat tour to see the magnificent Portage Glacier up close.

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Enjoy the local cuisine: Anchorage has a vibrant food scene with a focus on fresh seafood, including Alaskan king crab, salmon, and halibut. Explore local restaurants and try some regional delicacies.

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