The Alaska Railroad covers 500 miles from Seward to Fairbanks. In 1985, the Railroad was purchased by the State of Alaska ... More
Alaska Railroad Depot
The Alaska Railroad covers 500 miles from Seward to Fairbanks. In 1985, the Railroad was purchased by the State of Alaska from the federal government. Rebuilt and improved on in 1997, the first floor is designated for passenger ticketing and tour information, and has historical photos of the Railroad's development dating back to 1914 when the construction began. Many different tours are available for purchase, including float trips, glacier cruises, sightseeing flights and jet boat safaris. Call for prices and tickets.
Inlet Tower Hotel and Suites is situated just south of downtown Anchorage and a short walk from great shopping, the
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, Egan Convention Center, the Anchorage Museum, and the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail. Complimentary ...
Part of the Anchorage walking tour, this house (circa 1915) was built by the self proclaimed "18th person" to walk
into Anchorage, Oscar Anderson. Restored in 1982, it is open for guided tours Memorial Day to Labor Day (approximately ...
One of only 12 nationwide archives of this kind, this building stores extensive records belonging to the Federal government. Holding
more than 50,000 records in the collection in addition to the original federal documents that provided statehood for Alaska, ...