Today we move further north into Alaska and visit the region that is home to the larger city of Anchorage.
- Alaska Native Heritage Center: Shares the heritage of Alaska’s 11 major cultural groups.
- Alaska Zoo: Features many “cold weather” species.
- Anchorage Museum: Tells the history of the state.
- Chugah State Park: One of the largest state parks in the nation.
- Kennecott Mines National Historic Landmark: This old mining area is located within Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve.
- Eklutna Historical Park: Features an old Russian Orthodox log cabin church and colorful spirit boxes in the cemetery.
- Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve: Four mountain ranges can be found in this park.
- Kachemak Bay State Park: Located on the bay, this was Alaska’s first state park.
- Alaska Sealife Center: Premiere aquarium in Alaska with a mammal rehabilitation center.
- Kenai Fjord National Park: Explore the glaciers that still flow from the Harding icefield.
- Denali State Park: Located just to the east of Denali National Park, this park is one of the most beautiful in the region.
All attractions found in the 2019 Alaska Travel Guide.