1. Explore the Culture at the Alaska Native Heritage Center
The cultures of 11 indigenous groups in Alaska are examined in the Alaska Native Heritage Center, which is located northeast of the city centre.
2. Engage at the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center
Rasmuson Center's large Anchorage Museum is housed in a contemporary structure with a glass façade.
3. Take a Bicycle Ride on the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail
11 miles of Anchorage's waterfront are trimmed by a coastal walking and bike track that runs southwest from the city centre.
4. Dive into Chugach State Park
Chugach State Park, one of the four biggest state parks in the US, spans a remarkable 700 square miles.
5. Gain Some Altitude with Rust's Flying Service
Since 1963, Rust's has operated sightseeing seaplane flights over different nearby glaciers and into Denali National Park and Lake Clark National Park & Preserve.
6. Kenai Fjords National Park
The 700 square-mile Harding Icefield, which is the focal point of Kenai Fjords National Park, is recognised for its glaciers, coastal mountains, and breathtaking beauty.
7. Hop aboard the Alaska Railroad
Early in the 20th century, a tent community called Anchorage was established to aid in the building of the Alaska Railroad. Right after Warren G.
8. Observe the Residents at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
This animal sanctuary, which is an hour southeast of Anchorage, adopts injured or abandoned wildlife from the region of Alaska, occasionally giving them a permanent place to remain.
9. Watch Seaplanes Land at the Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum
At this museum, which celebrates the early Alaskan aviation pioneers, historic aeroplanes that have been restored as well as images and other relevant items are on show.
10. Seward, Alaska
Seward is the final destination on the Seward Highway and is situated south of Anchorage at the northeastern tip of Resurrection Bay.