Are you ready to discover authentic Alaska with your family? With so many things to do in Anchorage, you can easily plan a family vacation there everyone will love. And that means no eye rolls from the teenagers and groans from anyone! One of the must-do things in Alaska is a walking tour of Anchorage. There are multiple walking tours of Anchorage available, so you can easily choose the one that will fit your needs the most.
This walking tour of Anchorage is led by the former mayors of the city. No matter which mayor is leading your tour group, they will have you learning all about the history and traditions of Anchorage. A couple of the topics included in the tour are the 1964 earthquake and how oil was an important part of the area moving forward in the modern world.
While there is an Alaskan Farm Tour in Anchorage, you will also find them in Talkeetna and Palmer. This walking tour in Anchorage will have you wandering around farms and tasting some of the items that are grown in the soil. An abundance of farming stories will also be shared. Before you leave the farms, you must purchase items like birch syrup and Alaska beer. You definitely won’t be disappointed when you enjoy them back home!
Ghosts are everywhere, so why shouldn’t your family experience some paranormal activities while in Alaska?! This walking tour in Anchorage will have you visiting many of the haunted sites in the city. The stories can be spooky, but the chills you get will have you wanting more.
Does anyone in your family love airplanes and aviation? If they do, I recommend taking the walking tour of Lake Hood Floatplane Base. Approximately two hundred seaplanes take off and land at this base every single day. That means you will see quite a few as you are on this walking tour of Anchorage. At the same time, you will visit numerous historical features and hear the history of the area.
As you are walking through the historic downtown area of Anchorage, you may miss out on so much if you are not taking the walking tour. The official walking tour was made possible by the Anchorage Convention and Visitors Bureau and the website Alaska.org. A few points of interest during this walking tour of Anchorage include a log cabin, the historic Anchorage Hotel, Delaney Park, and the Oscar Anderson House.
These are the best walking tours of Anchorage, and you must take at least one of them when you are discovering Alaska with your family. These walks are perfect for seeing the sights and making a few memories with the people you love.
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