Take your time — there’s memorable dining, spectacular scenery and worthwhile stops all along the road between Anchorage and the small town of Seward on Resurrection Bay.
Museums and cultural centers scattered across Anchorage feature perspectives, relics, treasures and experiences that offer a little of everything for visitors.
Arriving in Valdez, visitors will be delighted to learn their Alaska adventure is just beginning.
Within town limits, Anchorage’s impressive trail system meanders along the city’s coastline, threads through thick forests and connects pretty parks and a multitude of neighborhoods.
Downtown Anchorage is packed with old-school souvenir shops and hip art galleries, moody dive bars and upscale eateries.
Whether you’re drawn to fine art, hungry for history, or seeking a singular cultural tourism experience, Anchorage’s arts and culture scene has you covered.
This fabled 125-mile stretch of road slides past tiny communities, roadhouses and aquamarine alpine lakes before dropping down at last into Seward, situated on the edge of Resurrection Bay.
You’ll find creative art galleries and museums, hip boutiques and shops, upscale eateries and moody dive bars.
This fabled small town has it all – from history to hip hangouts, from scenic ship rides to shore-side shopping, from wildlife viewing to unforgettable wilderness wandering.
The crown jewel of Anchorage’s enviable trail system is the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, a recreational conduit that teems with walkers, bicyclists, runners, roller bladers, and more in its popular summer months.
Nothing beats a bluebird day at Mulcahy Stadium, where the thwack of the ball against a wooden bat makes a lovely summer soundtrack.
Within town limits, Anchorage’s award-winning trail system meanders along the stunning city coastline, follows pretty creeks and streams through woodsy forested area and ducks via tunnels beneath busy roadways.
Whether you’re an art aficionado, a hard-core history buff, or one of those travelers toting an extra carry-on for treasures and trinkets, Anchorage has you covered.
Good food, grand views and a great drive await.
Anchorage boasts more than 120 miles of paved bike and multi-use trails, and the city trail system’s crown jewel is the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail.