Anchorage tours and activities are as varied as the summer day is long. From here, you can explore the great outdoors while also enjoying the luxuries and culture of an urban center.
Given Anchorage's status as the largest city in Alaska and its proximity to Chugach State Park, Chugach National Forest, the Mat-Su Valley, and the Kenai Peninsula, it boasts a wider-than-usual variety of available day tours and activities.
There are the urban Anchorage attractions and activities:
to name just a few.
And, of course, with the wilderness just steps away, there are also Anchorage adventure activities:
With Anchorage day tours you can experience Alaska's urban culture, Native culture, and history, as well as its wild nature, vast dramatic landscapes, glaciers, and wildlife. It's a good thing summer days are long: You'll need all the daylight hours you can get to see and do everything.
Experience past and present Alaska Native cultures through exhibits and demonstrations at the Alaska Native Heritage Center.
Explore glaciers and rugged mountains; search for wildlife; and try dog sledding on a glacier, all from Anchorage.
Explore Anchorage on foot at your own pace, visiting historic landmarks and contemporary attractions.
Find fresh produce, exotic goods from around the world, and Alaskan souvenirs at the Anchorage Market & Festival.
Through art, history, and science, the Anchorage Museum creates an understanding of the human experience and offers something for everyone.