Denali State Park - This park has over 320,000 acres which is almost half the size of Rhode Island. It provides a great variety of recreational opportunities with the landscape varying from lowland streams to alpine tundra to the Alaska mountain range. Denali State Park has excellent views of the Alaska Range of which Mt McKinley, the highest peak in North America, is a part. Moose, grizzly and black bears are found throughout the park. Wolf, caribou, lynx, coyote, red fox and many others also make their home here. More than 100 species of birds use the park for breeding or during migration. The weather is tempered by the ocean to the south and the Alaska Range to the north. There are 20 hours of possible daylight during mid-summer which leaves plenty of time for recreation.
Alaska Museum of Natural History - The mission of the Alaska Museum of Natural History is to collect, conserve, research, interpret, and exhibit natural history materials and data on geology, biology, ecology, archaeology, and human adaptations as found in Alaska; and to promote, develop, and present educational programs that benefit the people and enrich the curricula of the schools and universities in Alaska.
Alaska Native Heritage Center - A gathering place that celebrates, perpetuates and shares Alaska Native cultures. Since opening in 1999, the Center has become Alaska's premier interactive cultural destination.
Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum - The mission of the Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum is the collection, preservation, and public presentation of Alaska's aviation history, 1897 to present.
Alaska Law Enforcement Museum - The museum tells the colorful story of a dedicated team of police officers who have brought law and order to one of the most unusual, rugged and far-flung jurisdictions under the American flag. As well as the museum, F.O.A.S.T. operates a well-stocked gift shop.
Alaska Zoo - The mission of the Alaska Zoo is to exhibit the wildlife of the Arctic and Sub-Arctic in a natural setting for the recreational enjoyment and educational enrichment of Alaskan residents and visitors to the state.
Denali Wilderness Safaris - Experience Denali National Park and the Alaska wilderness up close from the comfort and safety of a heated enclosed jet boat tour!
Ilanka Cultural Center - Fosters the well-being of Native cultures in the face of modern times, and encourages people from all ethnic backgrounds to explore our traditions.
Kenai River Float and Fish - This is the place for first-class guided fishing trips for Trout and Salmon on the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers. Based out of beautiful Cooper Landing, and offering half day, full day, and multi-day packages to meet all of your fishing needs.
Museum of Alaska Transportation and Industry - The mission of the Museum of Alaska Transportation and Industry is the collection, conservation, preservation, display, and interpretation of artifacts related to Alaska's transportation and industrial history.
The Pratt Museum - Indoor exhibits include changing art and natural history exhibits, native cultures, homesteading, natural history dioramas, fishing, marine mammals, aquaria, Exxon Valdez oil spill, and Museum store. Outdoor exhibits include historic Harrington Cabin, garden, and nature trail.
Valdez Museum & Historical Archive - The permanent exhibits on display reflect the history of Valdez and the Prince William Sound Region from its earliest days when Native Americans first occupied the area to the present day.
Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies - The Center exists to foster responsible interaction with our natural surroundings, and to generate knowledge of the marine and coastal ecosystems of Kachemak Bay through education and research programs.
Alaska Botanical Garden - The gardens contain over 480 varieties of cultured plants. There are around 92 native species of plants in the Campbell Tract area, of which ABG is a part. Each of the gardens is designed with a purpose or theme in mind.
Alaska Sealife Center - Witness 1000 pound Steller sea lions gliding past underwater viewing windows, puffins diving in a carefully crafted naturalistic habitat, and harbor seals hauled out on rocky beaches. Alaskan king crab, sea stars, and Pacific octopus also await you, as well as a whole variety of intertidal creatures and deep sea fishes.
Alaska Law Enforcement Museum - Operated with the goal of sharing the history of the Alaska State Troopers. The museum tells the colorful story of a dedicated team of police officers who continue to bring law and order to one of the most unusual, rugged and far-flung jurisdictions in America.
Anchorage Museum - The largest museum in Alaska, the Anchorage Museum is a community-based institution with exhibits and programs on the art, history and cultures of Alaska. Over 20 exhibitions are presented each year to more than 200,000 visitors. The Museum also presents a full calendar of public programs and art classes.
Eagle River Nature Center - You'll discover the beauty of the Eagle River Valley as you begin your drive along Eagle River Road. Residential areas will give way to breathtaking views of glacially-carved mountains. At Mile 12 you will reach the log cabin visitor center - a threshold for connecting to the ever-changing landscape beyond.
H2Oasis Indoor Water Park - There is something for everyone at H2Oasis Indoor Water Park. In addition to the Waterpark, enjoy other wonderful activities, Riverwalk, Swim Lessons and Water Aerobics.
The Imaginarium - Located in downtown Anchorage, it resembles a living laboratory, where you can stand inside a bubble, ponder the magnitude of the universe in a planetarium, discover ocean life in a marine touch tank, observe and touch exotic reptiles, or learn the principles of physics while playing with specialized toys.
Kanai Landing - At the mouth of the famous Kenai River, Steeped in 100 years of Alaska history, Kenai Landing is a vibrant waterfront fisherman's destination community surrounded by wildlife and natural beauty.
The Musk Ox Farm - This farm welcomes visitors for a close up experience of these magnificent Paleolithic ruminants with guided tours, engaging exhibits, a gift shop featuring hand-knit qiviut items, and community events throughout the year.
Prince William Sound Science Center - The Science Center was established in 1989 to conduct and facilitate scientific studies on the ecology of the region. The Center's programs take an ecosystem approach to research, monitoring and management of natural resources.
Valley Performing Arts - A Theater that offers the best in the performing arts in the area. Check to see what is playing and when.
Wolf Country USA - Features a wolf tour, gold panning, RV camper park, gift shop and more. Stop by and take a tour of their tame, friendly wolves. Try your luck at Gold Panning and shop in their one-of-a-kind gift shop. All surrounded by the beautiful Alaskan mountain ranges with their snow capped tops.