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Best things to do in Anchorage

Kino
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“Bear Tooth has two sides,a restaurant and a movie side. Be sure to check their website for current movies!”
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History Museum
“A nice place to see all about Alaska before and now, how people use to live, all about the northern the lights, the salmon, the king crab, fishing, hunting, oil extraction, Barrow the top of the world etc must visit.”
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Pizzeria
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“This is hands down a must! Knows as one of the top grossing pizza places in America, Mooses tooth never disappoints. The in house brewed beer selection and uniqueness pizza options make it worth the wait, locals and all! ”
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Zoo
“(By Alaska's Finest Tours & Cruises. $89) Board your Turnagain Arm shuttle for the guided drive along Alaska's most scenic highway. From beginning to end there are dramatic views of scenery & the Cook Inlet. At the 140 Acre Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, jaws drop in awe- even those of long time Alaskans. AWCC's mission is to provide refuge for orphaned, injured & ill animals- those that can't survive in the wild. Your shuttle will take you directly to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center where you can witness Alaskan Wildlife up close. We have timed this tour so that all customers will enjoy the bear feeding! Your journey to include a 1-hour visit to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center begins with a custom tour of Turnagain Arm and is a treat you won't want to miss. On the way to the Wildlife Center you will be traveling through the Chugach State Park down Alaska's most scenic highway. Highlights you will see in addition to wildlife: - Beluga Point - A popular photo stop for possible opportunities to see Dall Sheep & Beluga Whales passing through. It's luck of the draw. They will do their best to sync you up for a once in a lifetime rendezvous with these enchanted creatures of the land & sea. -Portage Glacier- You will see Explorer Glacier, Middle Glacier, Byron Glacier and take a walk through a Rainforest. Next grab a snack or a meal to enjoy on your ride back to Anchorage at Portage Day Lodge. -Potter Marsh- Is one of the most accessible & scenic wildlife viewing areas in Anchorage. About half way along the boardwalk, Rabbit Creek flows underneath and provides a good spot to see spawning Chinook, Coho or Humpback Salmon from May to August, depending on the species. Moose also frequent the marsh year round. -Alaska Wildberry Products- See the worlds largest chocolate waterfall! The store hires locals to pick "Alaska Berries" to make into the wonderful delights. You can also watch the workers make these delights through the glass wall. At the chocolate display case there is a tray of sample chocolates and if you did not sample the item you wanted to try just ask because they want to satisfy.”
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Cultural Center
“To develop a better understanding of the immense diversity of the native cultures of our state, this is a stop worth making. Make sure to go out to the courtyard to tour each of the traditional living structures.”
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Brauerei
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“This is our all time favorite for the herb crusted Halibut! We love the atmosphere and the smell of the open wood oven! Make a reservation for sure! Usually same day if you call early.”
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Amerikanisches Restaurant
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“If you have a car check out this local gem. It's a fun place to eat. Great food and Alaskana decor.”
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Meeresfrüchte-Restaurant
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“Great views and upscale. The next dessert here is the amazing key lime pie! ”
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Brauerei
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“Outdoor eating and live music! Sadly they offer no reservations for groups under 10. They have long wait times but worth the wait. ”
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Bar
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“The best salmon spread in Anchorage is served at Humpy's. Live music available later in the evenings and a large selection of beers on tap.”
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Restaurant
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“This place has wonderful food and a great vibe! There can be a bit of a wait, but they have an outdoor fire pit you can enjoy while waiting. The coffeehouse side is great for kids with games to keep them occupied! Service can be a little slow as well but don’t think I have had a bad meal yet! ”
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Zoo
“Great place to see all our indigenous animals and some transplants! It is fun because it is like walking through the woods on gravel paths they often have fun events for families! ”
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Apres Ski Bar
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“Late night music scene on weekends. Bar and bar food most afternoons and evenings. This is the place for apres -ski. ”
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Bar
“One of the best Sunday brunch locations on the Southside of town. The beermosa is a favorite in addition to the Panty Peeler being the best beer on tap in the city!”
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Pub
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“Hands down... HALIBUT! Halibut sandwich or the Halibut Chunks, Alaska size :) The french onion soup is superb, and if your in the mood for spicy, order the clams... be sure to ask them to make them spicy too! ”
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Flüsterkneipe
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“Williwaw hosts bands and events throughout the week! During the summer they have a brilliant rooftop bar. They have a secret speak easy, don't forget to get the password. ”
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