Can’t wait to break free from your house and visit Anchorage after Pandemic? Don’t worry, Anchorage is here waiting for you. Stay put and safe as I bring to you the beauty of Anchorage.

As you may know, Anchorage is known for its cultural sites and a gateway to wilderness and beautiful mountains.

Get your pen and paper because here is the list of places that you should go after this Pandemic.

Alaska Native Heritage Center

Learn more about Alaska’s history, heritage, and its 11 major indigenous groups. Experience and see firsthand the dynamic culture of Alaska’s natives. See collections of artifacts, crafts, learn the story of their past, witness cultural dance performance, and more.

Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center

Don’t miss out on this large museum located in the heart of Anchorage. Grow your knowledge with Alaska’s history, art, land, and people.

Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum

See the historical aircraft, memorabilia, and artifacts which contributed to the progress of Alaska’s aviation throughout history. Be amazed at the museum’s 30 aircraft displays.

Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

Of course, you can’t just go around Anchorage without visiting the sanctuary for wildlife. Go and see grizzlies, moose, wood bison, reindeer, and more.

Chugach State Park

Explore the largest state park in the states. You can enjoy different activities like hiking, kayaking, biking, and fishing. See its beautiful mountains and glacier.

Tony Knowles Coastal Trail

This is the known and most beautiful coastal trail. Leave the bustling city and venture the trail, stroll through the forest while looking for moose. Spot beluga whales and see North America’s highest peak, Mount McKinley.

Can’t wait for the Pandemic to be over, right? Don’t worry, Anchorage is still here after this is over.

Always remember, stay safe!