60 Things To Do This Summer in Alaska

Here’s the perfect bucket list of summer fun for your family

What’s more fun than summer? Summer vacations! But if you need some help planning summer activities in Alaska for your family, here’s a bucketful of suggestions to get you started – from day trips to longer trips, and trips to fit any budget. Try something new – or tried and true – from our list of 60+ great family-friendly ideas across the state.

Southcentral Alaska

Anchorage / Eagle River

Talk with the wolves, watch the otters, and check out the critters like porcupines, eagles and flying squirrels at the state’s only zoo – the Alaska Zoo.

Cost: $15/adult ($13/adult with Alaska ID); $7/child (3-17); 2 and under free
Ages: All ages
Info: For upcoming zoo activities, visit alaskazoo.org/zoo-events

Grab a Culture Pass and visit the Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Native Heritage Center. Stop by the Museum’s Imaginarium, where kids can do hands-on activities in more than 80 exhibits and then take their shuttle to the Native Heritage Center, where they can dance with performers and learn about traditional Alaska Native cultures.

Cost: $29.95, includes free shuttle between locations
Ages: All ages
Info: alaskaculturepass.org

See a concert at Peratrovich Park. From June to August, Anchorage Downtown Partnership throws free family-friendly concerts every Wednesday.

Cost: Free
Ages: All ages
Info: anchoragedowntown.org/events/adp-events/mitp

Walk the boards at Potter Marsh boardwalk. Spot salmon, many species of birds – or even a moose – and enjoy a leisurely stroll.

Cost: Free
Ages: All ages
Info: adfg.alaska.gov

Talk to a park ranger, pick up information on camping, safety and trip-planning, and enjoy interactive exhibits at the Alaska Public Lands Information Center in Anchorage. Kids can become junior rangers and participate in scavenger hunts.

Cost: Free
Ages: All ages
Info: alaskacenters.gov

See Anchorage in a whole new light through the Ghost Tours of Anchorage. There are no special effects, tricks or scares, but this 90-minute walking tour of real-life murder mysteries isn’t for those prone to suggestion.

Cost: $15
Ages: 15+
Info: ghosttoursofanchorage.com

Explore the Alaska Botanical Garden with your young botanist. The 1,100 species of hard perennials and 150 native plant species will leave them in awe. Upon entering, pick up a Discovery Duffel stuffed with activities and books that guide families through the exhibits.

Cost: $12/adult; $8/child (5-17); 4 and under free
Ages: All ages
Info: alaskabg.org/

Stop by the Eagle River Nature Center for a workshop, take a child-friendly guided nature walk, or stroll the trails with just the family. From the viewing deck, see salmon spawning, beavers, moose, and more.

Cost: $5 parking; fees for workshops vary
Ages: All ages
Info: For upcoming workshops and other info, visit ernc.org

Girdwood / Portage / Whittier

Alyeska’s Aerial Tram lets you get a bird's-eye view of turnagain arm, “hanging” glaciers, streams, and if you look down, you might spot a bear or moose. Bring lunch with you and enjoy a scenic picnic at the observation deck up top.

Cost: $25/adult; $15/child
Ages: All ages
Info: alyeskaresort.com/resort/about-aerial-tram

Fly with Alpine Air from Girdwood through the Chugach backcountry and get a stunning view of Lake George Valley. Set foot on the ancient blue glacier that created the lake with a helicopter glacier landing. Landings are available through Alyeska Resort with a complimentary hotel pick up.

Cost: $398/person
Ages: 11+
Info: alpineairalaska.com/helicopter-glacier-landing

Visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center during feeding time and watch animals – like lynx and birds of prey – eat. If your budget has room, take the family on a tour of the facilities – see where the animals’ food is prepped, where they’re cared for and more.

Cost: $100/person for tour; $15/adult, $10/child (7-17), 6 and under free
Ages: All ages
Info: For feeding times and locations, visit alaskawildlife.org

Get a feel for the old-fashioned mining life at Crow Creek Mine. Walk around the original buildings, take in the mountainside view, explore the gardens, and test your hand at gold panning. (If you don’t find any gold, you can still buy some at the gift shop!)

Cost: $10/adults; $5/child (3-12); 2 and under free (Note: Gold panning is $20 for adults and $10 for children with general admission included)
Ages: All ages
Info: crowcreekmine.com

Make your trip to Girdwood memorable by learning to rock climb as a family with Ascending Path at Tram Rock. Climbing gear, a technically experienced guide, and snacks are provided. Wear comfortable clothing and athletic shoes and bring your water bottle.

Cost: $129/adult; $89/child (3-12)
Ages: 3+
Info: ascendingpath.com/tours/rock-climbing

On the way to Whittier, drive through the famous Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel – the longest highway tunnel in North America, built to withstand -40 degree temperatures and up to 150 mph winds. Tip: Time your trip to get to the tunnel around its opening time to avoid a line – or arrive early and soak up the sunshine and scenery.

Cost: Free
Ages: All ages
Info: dot.alaska.gov/creg/whittiertunnel/index

Take a cruise through Prince William Sound. Its calm waters will keep your seasickness at bay while you take in the glaciers and waterfalls that the Sound is known for. Spot otters, harbor seals, bald eagles, seabirds and the occasional whale.

Major Marine Tours: $119/adult; $59.50/child (2 and under are free) and up

Phillip’s Cruises & Tours: $99/adult; $69/child (2-11)

Stan Stephens Glacier & Wildlife Cruises: $132/adult; $66/child and up

Lazy Otter Charters: $185/person

Mat-Su Valley

Tour the remnants of one of the largest gold-producing regions until WWII at Independence Mine State Historical Park. Afterwards, take a hike or mountain bike in Hatcher Pass. Tip: Go around August and see the wildflowers and ptarmigan and pick blueberries along the alpine tundra. You can even travel over the pass to Willow after Independence Day for one of the most scenic drives in the state.

Cost: $5 parking fee; $6 fee for tours
Ages: 5+
Info: dnr.alaska.gov/parks/units/indmine

Ride with Iditarod vet Raymie Redington at the Iditarod Trail Headquarters, see his kennel (and puppies) and experience what an Iditarod checkpoint looks like. Kids can also watch a 30-minute video about the Iditarod and learn why huskies love the sport.

Cost: $10 for a ride with Raymie
Ages: All ages
Info: iditarod.com/resources/about/headquarters

Tour the Palmer Musk Ox Farm and see the Ice Age mammal that still walks among us. Learn about the soft fibers produced in the musk ox’s coats, called quiviut – the warmest, softest and most luxurious fiber in the world.

Cost: $11/adults; $5/children (5-17); children 4 and under free
Ages: All ages
Info: muskoxfarm.org

Drive a few more miles to the Reindeer Farm, where you can get in the pen with reindeer and feed them by hand. The farm is also home to bunnies, chickens and other friendly critters.

Cost: $9/adult; $7/child (3-11); under 3 free
Ages: All ages
Info: reindeerfarm.com

Hike Matanuska Glacier with MICA guides for the ultimate scenery experience. Guides tailor the 2.5-hour tour to the varying skill levels and provide all gear necessary from crampons to helmets.

Cost: $79/person, plus a $20 gate fee
Ages: 8+

Kenai Peninsula

Have a family of thrill seekers? Then try whitewater rafting down Sixmile Creek for a heart-pounding adventure. Narrow routes, steep drops and the beautiful canyons will give anyone an adrenaline rush. Note: Participants must be able to swim and be comfortable with the “self rescue” test, where participants enter the river, float and return to shore.

Cost: $105 + $5.45 forest fee/person (2 canyons); or $155 + $5.45 forest fee/person (3 canyons)
Ages:12+ for the 2-canyon tour, 16+ for the 3-canyon tour
Info: novalaska.com


Stroll the boreal forest through the 140-acre wildlife preserve of The Carl E. Wynn Nature Center. Keep an eye out for moose, bear, lynx and songbirds.

Cost: $8/adult; $5/child
Ages: All ages
Info: akcoastalstudies.org

Travel across Peterson Bay for a guided tour with the Center for Alaska Coastal Studies. Take a close look at the sealife along the 20 feet of shoreline exposed by extreme tides, go tidepooling and enjoy a guided hike through a trail system with views of the bog, coastal plants and wildlife.

Cost: $165/adult, $95/child, $145/senior for a day tour; $110/adult, $80/child for a half-day tour
Ages: 3+
Info: akcoastalstudies.org

Enjoy wilderness to its fullest without roughing it by camping in a yurt in the Kachemak Bay State Park. Wake to the smell of the forest and surrounding wildflowers. Bring your own food and gear.

Cost: $35/person or $120 to rent the entire yurt
Ages: All ages
Info: akcoastalstudies.org

Walk the beach in Homer. Stroll to Bishop’s Beach from Main Street in Old Town or from the Islands & Oceans Visitor Center, fire up one of the BBQ stations along the shoreline and have a picnic. Tip: Check how high the tides will be to ensure a safe return.

Cost: Free
Ages: All ages
Info: cityofhomer-ak.gov/recreation/bishops-beach

Earn your Jr. Biologist Badge at the Islands & Oceans Visitor Center. View and interact with 3D recreations of wildlife, view interactive exhibits on marine life, and pick up a Birding Map & Hotspots Guide to continue wildlife viewing outside the center.

Cost: Free
Ages: All ages
Info: fws.gov/refuge/alaska_maritime/visit/visitor_center

Alaska is home to over 470 species of birds, and early summer is the perfect time to watch them in Kachemak Bay during migration.

Cost: Free
Ages: All ages
Info: For birding guides and checklists, visit fws.gov/refuge/alaska_maritime/visit/birders

Cooper Landing

Hit the trails in a new way with a horseback trail ride. Saddle up with the Alaska Horsemen Trail Adventures for rides through the Kenai Mountains where you’ll see breathtaking views and possible sheep sightings along the rocks above.

Cost: $129/person for 2-hour ride; $30/person for 30-minute ride
Ages: 6+ for 2-hour ride; all ages for 30-minute ride
Info: alaskahorsemen.com


Get up close and personal with marine life at the Alaska SeaLife Center. Witness a Stellar sea lion gliding past underwater viewing windows, puffins diving in a carefully crafted naturalistic habitat, and harbor seals resting on rocky beaches.

Cost: $24.95/adult; $12.95/child (4-12); under 4 free
Ages: All ages
Info: alaskasealife.org

Get gorgeous glacier views without the cost of flying or boating in by taking a roadtrip to the Kenai Fjords National Park and hit the trail to Exit Glacier (just a 10-15 minute drive out of Seward). Ranger-led walks to the edge of the glacier are offered four times a day during the summer – no reservations required.

Cost: Free
Ages: All ages
Info: nps.gov/kefj

Interior Alaska


Take a guided nature walk at Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, which has nearly 2,200 acres of fields, woods and wetlands. You’ll also see the farmhouse and barn where Charlie and Anna Creamer had the most successful dairy in interior Alaska. Visit creamersfield.org for a full schedule.

Cost: Suggested $3 donation for themed nature walks
Ages: All ages
Info: creamersfield.org

Take a narrated two-hour tour to Gold Dredge 8, a mechanical gold pan that once extracted millions of ounces of gold and now serves as a monument to the mining founders of Fairbanks. Tour begins with a ride on a replica of the Tanana Valley Railroad and stops at the Trans Alaska Pipeline and Gold Dredge 8 before returning for a gold panning lesson.

Cost: $39.95/adult; $24.95/child (3-12), under 3 free
Ages: 8+
Info: golddredge8.com

Cruise Chena River on Riverboat Discovery. During your three-hour cruise, you’ll see a floatplane take off beside the boat, see sled dogs in action, and experience ancient Athabascan culture on a personalized tour of a Native Alaskan village.

Cost: $64.95/adult; $39.95/child (3-12), under 3 free
Ages: 8+
Info: riverboatdiscovery.com

Fill the day with fun and discovery at the Fairbanks Children's Museum. Kids will love the gigantic water table, the air tunnel, a spinning chalk walk and more. Exhibits rotate every few days.

Cost: $8/person; $3/person with membership cards
Ages: 2-10
Info: fairbankschildrensmuseum.com

Hot springs during the summer? You bet! Chena Hot Springs has many family-friendly summer activities available, from playing disc golf, touring the world’s largest year-round ice museum in the world, taking a ride with sled dogs, touring on horseback, or, of course, soaking in the hot springs.

Cost: $15/adult, $12/child (6-17), under 6 free or $100 for family up to 10 for swim passes; $15/adult, $10/child (6-17), under 6 free for Aurora Ice Museum tour; $60/adult, $30/child (6-17), under 6 free for dog cart ride; $50/adult, $25/child (10-17,), under 10 free for half-hour horse rides
Ages: 5+
Info: chenahotsprings.com/summer-activities


Take a 2-6 hour trip by Mahay’s Jet Boat Adventures. Each adventure includes a stop at an Athabascan settlement, including a trapper’s cabin, where naturalists talk about local flora and fauna, the history of the Dena’ina people, what life was like in the area and more.

Cost: $75 and up/adult; $57 and up/child
Ages: All ages; recommended 8+ for 5+ hour trips
Info: mahaysriverboat.com

Add to your trip by stopping by the Walter Harper Ranger Station in Talkeetna for an interesting 30-minute video about climbing Denali or the Talkeetna Historical Society Museum for a free ranger talk, which happens at 1 pm daily.

Cost: Free
Ages: All ages
Info: talkeetnahistoricalsociety.org


Get the best view of the largest peak in North America - fly over Denali. For a truly unforgettable trip, book through a company that offers a glacial landing, where you can start a snowball fight mid-summer. Here is a list of companies permitted to perform glacial landings in Denali:

Fly Denali: $524/adult; $393/kid (under 10, under 100 lbs) flydenali.com

Sheldon Air Service: $275/person and up - for a glacial landing, add $90/person to any tour sheldonairservice.com

K2Aviation: $495 + $10 Entrance and 3% transportation fee/person for departures from Anchorage; $310/person and up for departures from Talkeetna flyk2.com

Talkeetna Air Taxi: $275/person and up - for glacial landing, add $95 to tours talkeetnaair.com

Southest Alaska


Comb the soft sands at Savikko Park, also known as Sandy Beach. Throw a ball around at one of the parks, use the playground, check out tide pools created by former mine tailings or explore the remnants of the historic Treadwell gold mine on the beach or the trails in the forest.

Cost: Free
Ages: All ages
Info: juneau.org/parkrec/facilities/douglas

Take a wildlife tour in Alaska’s inside passage and spot humpback whales, orcas and other marine mammals. Traveling with a baby? Some local tour companies will accommodate infants in addition to older kids.

Cost: $90-$199 depending on tour and added options
Ages: 8+

Visit the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center, learn about the glacier, landscape and wildlife from a local park ranger and pick a trail to hike. Kids of all ages can enjoy the easy to moderate trails surrounding the site, or you can take your teens for a more challenging path along the East Glacier trail.

Cost: $5/adults; under 16 free
Info: fs.usda.gov/detail/tongass

Explore Alaska’s sea life at the Macaulay Salmon Hatchery. Fearless kids (and adults) can touch sea cucumbers, urchins and crabs.

Cost: $5 adults (13+); $3 children
Ages: All ages
Info: dipac.net

Ride the Mt. Roberts Tram and climb 1,800 feet above sea level for beautiful views, or stay on ground and visit the nature center or theater, hike trails and see a live raptor display.

Cost: $33/adult; $16/child (6-12); under 6 free
Ages: All ages
Info: mountrobertstramway.com

Take mushing to a whole new level with a Glacier Dog Sledding Tour. Participants learn about sled dogs and mushing, enjoy a spectacular helicopter ride, and experience dog sledding around a glacier.

Cost: Rates vary by company, $509 and up
Ages: 8+

Alpine Air (from Girdwood): $519/adult; $489/child (12 and under)

Alaska Heli-Mush (Juneau): $599/person and up

Temsco Helicopter Tours (Juneau and Skagway): $519/person and up

Alaska Shore Excursions (Juneau and Skagway): $519/person and up


Walk from downtown Sitka to the wheelchair- and stroller-friendly trails in the Sitka National Historical Park. The woods are full of gorgeous plants, critters and enormous totems carved by the Tlingit and Haida people.

Cost: Free
Ages: All ages
Info: nps.gov/sitk

Watch a Tlingit dance performance at the Sheet’ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi Community House. Dances and songs have been passed down for generations. Visit Sitka.org for a dance schedule.

Cost: $10/adult; $5/child (children who sit on laps are free)
Ages: All ages
Info: sitka.org

Watch bears play from the safety of a covered viewing platform at Fortress of the Bear in Sitka. They have eight bears with distinct, fun personalities that roam over the three-quarter-acre habitat. Read about the bears and their rescue before your trip at fortressofthebear.org or from an experienced naturalist onsite.

Cost: $10/adult, $5/child (7-18), under 7 free; $48/family pass (unlimited visits for 4 people all year); $10/shuttle ride
Ages: All ages
Info: fortressofthebear.org


Get a taste of the historic Gold Rush by riding the famous White Pass & Yukon train. The 3.5-hour ride ascends nearly 3,000 feet in 20 minutes. The fully narrated tour passes through two tunnels, over sky-high trestles and cascading waterfalls.

Cost: $122/adult; $61/child
Ages: 8+
Info: wpyr.com

Become a Junior Ranger at the Klondike Gold Rush National Park and take a guided walk, visit the park museum or even camp out overnight.

Cost: Fees and permits vary for hiking and camping
Ages: 3+
Info: nps.gov/klgo


Experience the Chief Shakes Tribal House, see its recent restoration and totem poles, which have great cultural significance to the Tlingit people.

Ages: All ages
Info: Contact ahead for pricing and to arrange a tour, wrangell.com/visitorservices/chief-shakes-tribal-house

Walk (lightly) along the Petroglyph Beach State Historic Park and examine over 40 of its mysterious petroglyphs. Make rubbings of the replica petroglyphs and speculate with your kids about what they really mean – were they a way of communication? A commemoration of victory? A documentation of wealth transfer?

Cost: Free
Ages: All ages
Info: wrangell.com/visitorservices/petroglyph-beach-state-historic-park

Across the State

Stop by the farmer’s market in your town or while you’re traveling – the produce is local and as fresh as you can get it. Some markets also have food available or locally crafted goods. Here’s a list of some markets throughout the state:

  • Friday Flings: 10 am-5 pm, Fridays through August 18. (S. Alaska St. in Palmer)

  • Anchorage Market and Festival: 10 am- 6 pm, Saturdays; 10 am-5 pm Sundays through September 10. (Third Ave. & E St. parking lot in Anchorage)

  • Artisans Open Air Market: 10 am-6:30 pm Saturdays-Mondays through September 11. (Sheldon Community Arts Hangar in Talkeetna)

  • Tanana Valley Farmer’s Market: 11 am-4 pm Wednesdays and Sundays; 9 am-4 pm Saturdays through September 16. (2600 College Rd. in Fairbanks)

  • Homer Farmers Market: 10 am-3 pm Saturdays; 2-6 pm Wednesdays through September 30. (Ocean Dr. in Homer)

  • Anchorage Farmers Market: 9 am-2 pm Saturdays through October 14. (Central Lutheran Church parking lot in Anchorage)

  • The Center Market: 10 am-6 pm Wednesdays and Fridays; 10 am-4 pm Saturdays. (Inside the Mall at Sears in Anchorage)

  • Central Kenai Peninsula Farmer’s Market: 10 am-2 pm Saturdays from June 10-Sept. 9. (Soldotna Elementary bus turnaround at Corral Ave and Spur Highway in Soldotna)

Grab that canoe or kayak (or rent one) and explore one of the thousands of lakes and rivers Alaska has to offer. Here is a list of calm waters you can start with:

  • South Rolly Lake

  • Nancy Lake

  • Canoe Lake

  • Matanuska Lake

  • Eklutna Lake

  • Swan Lake

  • Byers Lake

  • Chena River

Take your kids fishing at one of these family-friendly locations (minus the crowding and “combat fishing” conditions):

  • Nick Dudiak Fishing Lagoon in Homer

  • Campbell Creek: In late June during the king salmon season, a section of Campbell Creek is kids-only, limiting the age of anglers to 15 years or younger.

  • Cheney Lake

  • Delong Lake

  • Campbell Point Lake

*Note: Alaska resident anglers 18 and older need a valid fishing license from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. (16 and older for non-residents)

Take a family hike – it’s a fun way to soak up the summer sun, take in the beauty and get the family moving. Here are some exciting family-friendly trails around the state:

  • Rainbow Falls trail in Wrangell: Less than a mile long, this trail starts flat and easy for all kids and it gets a little more steep towards the waterfall at the end.

  • The Coastal Trail in Anchorage: A stroller-friendly, 11-mile path with scenic overlooks and benches for rest stops.

  • Blueberry Loop at Glen Alps: This flat trail is teeming with – you guessed it – blueberries during fall and is perfect for the whole family. There are a number of other easy or more difficult trails to choose from at Glen Alps, too.

  • Rodak Nature Loop: Take this ¾-mile trail at Eagle River Nature Center for a beautiful, leisurely stroll. It includes informative signs about wildlife in surrounding areas and viewing platforms raised over the streams. Walkers, strollers, the family dog, and wheelchairs are all easily accommodated.

  • Portage Valley: An easy one-mile hike to Byron Glacier. Visit the Boggs Visitor Center for information on the glacier or where to start the trail.

  • Thunderbird Falls Trail: A one-mile hike that leads to a 200-foot waterfall with a viewing platform.
    Rock Creek Trail in Healy: This lightly trafficked, fairly flat 4.5-mile trail is a great way for a family with older hikers to get views of Denali.

  • Independence Mine Trail: About a half-mile one way, this trail is easy for the whole family and will give stunning sights of its namessake mine.

  • Winter Creek Trail: Beginning behind Alyeska Resort, this ¾-mile (one way) trail is across a wide, well-maintained boardwalk. For those daring enough, hike .2 miles further and take a selfie on the Hand Tram.

  • Mount Baldy Trail: Hike to the top of Mount Baldy on the 4.6-mile well-trafficked loop. Pick blueberries on the way up and down in fall, and enjoy the incredible view of town.

See Alaska from a whole new perspective – ziplining above the treetops. Check out one of these adventures on your next family trip:

Denali Zipline Tours: 3 hours, 9 ziplines, 2 suspension bridges and a spiral staircase. Transportation to and from provided.

Cost: $149/adults; $119/child (10-14)
Ages: 10+ (over 90 lbs)
Info: denaliziplinetours.com

Stoney Creek Canopy Adventures in Seward: 3 hours, 8 ziplines. Transportation to and from provided.

Cost: $149/adult; $119/child (10-14)
Ages: 10+ (over 90 lbs)
Info: stoneycreekca.com

Alaska Canopy Adventures in Ketchikan: 3.5 hours including transfers. Eight dual cable ziplines with an aerial view of Bear Creek.

Cost: starting at $189
Ages: 8+ (70-250 lbs)
Info: alaskacanopy.com

Alaska Zipline Adventures in Juneau: 3.75 hours, round-trip transportation, light snack and beverage, raincoat and other gear provided.

Cost: $149/adult; $99/child (8-12)
Ages: 8+ (70-250 lbs)
Info: alaskazip.com

Visit a local museum and learn about Alaska Native culture and Alaska history through interactive exhibits. Here are some fun museums around the state to check out when planning your trip:

Transport your kids to the Alutiiq world by taking them to the Alutiiq Museum in Kodiak, where they can play with Alutiiq-themed toys, puzzles, books and puppets in a wamwik replica. For more exhibits, visit alutiiqmuseum.org.

Cost: $7/adults; children 16 and under are free
Ages: All ages
Info: alutiiqmuseum.org

Learn about the rich history and diverse cultures of Alaska at the Alaska State Museum in Juneau.

Cost: $12/adult; children under 18 are free
Ages: All ages
Info: museums.alaska.gov/asm/asmhome

Take your aviation enthusiasts to the Alaska Aviation Museum in Anchorage, where they can learn about historical planes and see them first-hand.

Cost: $15/adult; $8/child (5-17); $40/family (two adults, three children)
Ages: All ages
Info: alaskaairmuseum.org

View Alaska fine art, walk trails to the beach, learn about the native peoples of Kachemak Bay and its wildlife, and more at the Pratt Museum in Homer. Kids can touch animals in water, see birds with viewing cameras and more.

Cost: $10 per adult; $5 per child (6-18); children under 6 free
Ages: All ages
Info: prattmuseum.org

Dinosaurs in Alaska? You bet! The Museum of the North has exhibits featuring Alaska Native cultures, natural wonders, wildlife and a special exhibit on Alaska’s dinosaurs.

Cost: $12/adult; $7/child (5-14); children under 5 free
Ages: All ages
Info: uaf.edu/museum

To find a museum near you or for an upcoming trip, visit greatmuseums.org/find_a_museum/alaska.