Since the late '80s, this museum has provided a place for children to learn about the miracles of science. The exhibits ... More
Since the late '80s, this museum has provided a place for children to learn about the miracles of science. The exhibits housed here include a bubble lab, planetarium/galaxy room, displays of reptiles and hands-on Alaska marine life. Permanent displays share the floor with traveling exhibits. A busy schedule of outreach programs offers learning opportunities for children all over Alaska. Summer camps and daily year-round educational programs bring fun and science together. Admission: Adult $5; children and seniors $4.50.
This monument was erected in 1990 to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the arrival of residents into the Anchorage area.
Beginning with the 1915 settlement of Tent City (in the Ship Creek area several blocks from this monument), this ...
Operational in 1961, this port currently operates at more than three million tons of cargo a year. Much of the
freight it carries out is petroleum, but there are also large quantities of wood products, steel and iron. Four ...
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 ...