Ship Creek, located in the industrial section of Anchorage, is a favorite local spot for watching the salmon run against a backdrop of the Anchorage skyline.This picturesque location is also a wonderful place to watch birds.Explore a little or a lot, but be prepared to be amazed by the beauty.The Campbell Creek Science Center is an outdoor science education center in the heart of Anchorage.The Anchorage Log Cabin Information Center offers a geocaching guide.Billed as Alaska’s only mountaintop museum, the Alyeska Roundhouse Museum features spectacular panoramic views. Located in south Anchorage, Potter Marsh Bird Sanctuary is described by visitors as “a birder’s delight.” Home to 220 species of birds, visitors can enjoy a walk along the 1,150-foot boardwalk or visit wetland habitat.Treasure hunting is alive and well with geocaching.Use your GPS or smart phone to find fun clues left by visitors and locals before you, then add your own clues to the adventure.
Anchorage is full of fun, exciting, and free things to do all year long.At noon on Wednesdays and Fridays, local musicians play at Peratrovich Park next to the Anchorage Visitor Center.Anchorage gets its art on the first Friday of every month.Every summer weekend, 300 vendors take over 7 acres of downtown Anchorage to sell everything from produce to exotic goods at the Anchorage Market and Festival.
The goods aren’t free, but the people watching is, and it’s not to be missed.
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