The annual Fur Rondy in Anchorage is two action-packed weeks with dog mushing, snow sculptures, running of the reindeer, and more.
Signs being built around Anchorage recognize the original name of each place in the Dena’ina language.
As Alaska’s biggest city, Anchorage has plenty of winter activities, including outdoor recreation and festivities like Fur Rondy.
The Government Hill Commons is being built in Anchorage, Alaska, with a new approach to the idea of a public park.
Potter Marsh, bordering the Seward Highway from Milepost 115 to 117, is a very popular spot for bird watching.
Glenn Highway motorists pass the air traffic control tower for Merrill Field, the first real airport in Anchorage.
The Anchorage Museum, in downtown Anchorage, has exhibits on the art, history, culture and science of Alaska.
Hop on an Anchorage Trolley Tour to visit historic spots, watch floatplanes depart from Lake Hood, and check out Anchorage.
The Alaska Railroad offers service between Anchorage and Whittier, stopping across from the cruise ship terminal and marina in Whittier. Photo courtesy Visit Anchorage/Roy Neese. We want to…