The Kennecott Mine mill is the main attraction at the end of the Edgerton Highway / McCarthy Road.
The Seward Small Boat Harbor is home to fishing boats, sailboats, charter boats, sea kayak expeditions and sightseeing boats.
A bicyclist takes a break near the historic Palmer Train Depot in downtown Palmer on the Glenn Highway.
Trail of ‘98 Museum Annex in Copper Center off the Richardson Highway displays early-day cultural items from the Copper Valley area.
Drive 8 miles north of Fairbanks on the Steese Highway to reach this Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline System viewpoint.
Stop by the rest area at Milepost P 7 on the Denali Highway for views of the Alaska Range and Sevenmile Lake.
Hop on an Anchorage Trolley Tour to visit historic spots, watch floatplanes depart from Lake Hood, and check out Anchorage.
The Georgeson Botanical Garden on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus is open to the public June 1 through Labor Day.
The original, pre-earthquake site, known as Old Valdez, is located 4 miles from downtown via the Richardson Highway.
Holy Transfiguration of Our Lord Russian Orthodox Church is a popular tourist site on the Kenai Peninsula.
Welcome to Eagle River, Alaska, a fast growing residential area with a full range of businesses just north of Anchorage on the Glenn Highway.
Moose Pass, a community of 226 about 100 miles south of Anchorage, is located on the shore of Upper Trail Lake, Alaska.
Chiniak Point, Kodiak, is near the end of the Chiniak Highway and the southernmost point of land at the entrance to Chiniak Bay.