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Our most recommended Alaska Entry Tickets

Juneau: City Highlights Tour

1. Juneau: City Highlights Tour

Begin the tour on a comfortable minibus for a scenic ride past the State Capitol Building, the Governor's House, and the Russian Orthodox Church. Make a stop at the Alaska State Museum where you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in Alaskan culture and gain an appreciation for its rich and diverse history. Continue to Douglas Island for gorgeous views and photos of the Juneau coastline and Gastineau Channel. From there you will make a stop at the Macaulay Hatchery, commonly referred to as "DIPAC" by the locals. Learn about the salmon industry, observe various marine life, and watch the salmon run up the ladder, depending on the time of the year. Conclude your tour with a stop at the 50-acre Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure in the Tongass National Forest. Walk through this award-winning botanical garden and admire the flower towers as your guide fills you in on this region's varied ecosystem. Your tour will end near "Deckhand Dave's", the latest go-to food option in Juneau. Receive a voucher for a free serving of the signature rock-fish tacos. This new venue only serves locally caught fish in a fantastic creative way.

Fairbanks: Aurora Ice Museum Ticket and Guided Tour

2. Fairbanks: Aurora Ice Museum Ticket and Guided Tour

Step into a winter wonderland, no matter the season with this guided tour of the Aurora Ice Museum. Admire stunning ice-sculptures and stay warm with the use of a cozy parka. Have the option to select a tour with or without a tasty appletini that is served in an ice glass. Meet your guide at the Chena Hot Springs and head over to the museum to begin your chilly adventure. Step into environment that is kept continually at a cool 25° Fahrenheit (-7° Celsius) by a special absorption chiller. Go over some of the iconic ice sculptures and interesting facts about the museum with your guide before having the chance to free roam and take pictures of the fantastical ice shapes that are vibrantly lit.

Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center: Admission Ticket

3. Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center: Admission Ticket

Enjoy an admission ticket that will grant you access to over 200-acres of animal enclosures and stunning nature. Take a self-tour of the scenic 1.5-mile loop, accessible by foot, by bike, or by car, while learning about the resident wildlife via interpretive signs at each animal habitat. Support the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, which is a non-profit sanctuary dedicated to preserving Alaska’s wildlife through conservation, education, research, and quality animal care. The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (AWCC) is located in Portage Valley and is surrounded by the breathtaking Chugach Mountain Range and Turnagain Arm Inlet. Venture through the AWCC’s 1.5 mile loop which is the perfect adventure for the winter months. Experience unique ways to explore the Center while enjoying the wildlife in the winter include gliding on your cross country skis, riding your fat bike, or utilizing AWCC’s complimentary kick-sled rentals. Relax on board your own vehicle with a picturesque 1.5 mile loop drive around the sanctuary. See orphaned and injured animals taken in by the AWCC that have now been given a forever home.

The Best of Fairbanks: Half-Day City Highlights Tour

4. The Best of Fairbanks: Half-Day City Highlights Tour

Your Fairbanks Highlight Tour begins with a pick-up from your Fairbanks accommodation, so you can skip the hassle of transportation and taxi costs. Start your exploration of Fairbanks at the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitor's Center. Here you will receive a great introduction into the culture and history of Fairbanks and Alaska. Next, make your way to the Trans Alaska Pipeline. The pipeline viewpoint is the perfect spot to explain the astonishing engineering of the pipeline, the oil field in Prudhoe Bay, and the Alaska oil industry. You'll also visit the University of Alaska Museum of the North. Dramatic architecture and new exhibit galleries make this museum an extraordinary destination. Here you'll discover fascinating stories about Alaska’s cultures, places, and wildlife. Finally, head to the Santa Claus House. Visit Santa at his home in the North Pole and have your picture taken with Mr. and Mrs. Claus. The Santa Claus House has plenty of souvenirs available for purchase if you would like to take a small piece of Alaska home with you! You'll be taken back your hotel after your tour.

From Fairbanks: Chena Hot Springs Day Tour

5. From Fairbanks: Chena Hot Springs Day Tour

Soak in the Chena Hot Springs resort’s legendary healing mineral waters. Take a tour learning about the multifaceted renewable energy projects, working towards the full self-sustainability of the resort. You will then enjoy a guided tour through the Aurora Ice Museum, which was built with over 1,000 tons of ice and snow and is kept year-round at a temperature of 25F (-7C). The Chena Hot Springs resort offers the option of eating at their wonderful restaurant (not included in the price) and you can also visit the resort's gift shop for locally made Alaskan art.

Full Day Ice Museum and Chena Hot Springs Tour

6. Full Day Ice Museum and Chena Hot Springs Tour

Your worries slip away as you step into the warm and calming pools of Chena Hot Springs. On this rejuvenating day trip from Fairbanks, your senses will be reawakened by a day of rest and relaxation at the Chena River State Recreation Area. Chena Hot Springs are not your ordinary hot springs. The resort makes use of the first low-temperature binary geothermal power plant built in Alaska, and you will be comforted to know that the area provides several alternative energy projects to those big oil pipelines you've seen sprawled out around the state. The warming waters will sooth your body and soul with its powerful effects. The day begins around 11:30 AM or 5:00 PM in Fairbanks, where you will be driven first to an Ice Museum, complete with an ice bar and chandeliers made entirely of ice! Here you will have a guided tour of the museum before venturing on to the Geothermal springs of Chena. Before slipping into the pools, enjoy another guided tour and learn about all the possibilities of Geothermal Energy (only for the AM departure). You're now ready to slip into the waters, where you'll have several hours to lounge and relax before we depart back for Fairbanks. If you're hungry, make sure to stop by the local restaurant for some food and drink. Your drive back is a calming one, and along the way we almost always spot moose, so keep your eyes open! We arrive back in Fairbanks around 6:30 PM or 12:00 AM.

From Fairbanks: Chena Hot Springs Northern Lights Tour

7. From Fairbanks: Chena Hot Springs Northern Lights Tour

The Northern Lights are one of the most spectacular natural phenomena on the planet and on this night tour, you will have the chance to see these marvels of nature for yourself. Your evening begins at 5:00 PM when you will be collected from your accommodation in Fairbanks and head approximately 60 miles (100 kilometers) to the Chena Resort. Here you will first have a chance to cool off (before heating up) in the spectacular Ice Museum. This building, built entirely out of ice, boasts a full Ice Bar and chandeliers built painstakingly out of hand-crafted ice.  At 10:00 PM, you can soak your cares away in the warm and inviting Chena Hot Springs. You'll be pleased to know that the resort makes use of the first low-temperature binary geothermal power plant built in Alaska and is working on several alternative energy projects, including production and use of hydrogen and vegetable oil for fuel. The resort is conducting collaborative experiments in greenhouse production of vegetables with the University of Alaska Fairbanks Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station. All in all, the resort is absolutely beautiful and you will soak in its natural springs for two hours. By 12:00 midnight, you can begin to look out for the Northern Lights. Soon, if you are lucky, the Aurora Borealis will appear. This natural light display is caused by the collision of energetic charged particles with atoms high in the atmosphere. The result is a breathtaking display of light that can be bright enough to read a newspaper by. Around 2:00 AM, depart back to Fairbanks and arrive around 4:00 AM. The night will surely be one you will never forget.

Fairbanks Heritage Sightseeing Tour

8. Fairbanks Heritage Sightseeing Tour

Peruse interesting art exhibits and installations at the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitor Center. Learn about Alaska’s history at the Museum of the North, where you can find contemporary art, natural history and the intriguing sound room. The tour will also visit and learn about the gripping history of Alyeska’s pipeline and, depending on the season, explore Pioneer Park, which features several museums and attractions highlighting Fairbanks’ history, and that of the surrounding areas. Discover Alaska’s diverse culture, and its historical and economic hallmarks, on this fascinating tour. It's the best way to understand the particular history of this unique state.

Fairbanks City Tour

9. Fairbanks City Tour

This city tour combines fun with Fairbanks history, Alaskan craftsmanship, and Alaska winter activities. Start your day off with a visit to the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center and take a peek into Interior Alaska's history and culture. Next, stop in at the Trans Alaska Pipeline, which is the perfect spot to learn about the astonishing engineering of the pipeline, the oil field in Prudhoe Bay, and the Alaska oil industry. At the Museum of the North (open Monday - Saturday) you can see dramatic architecture and new exhibit galleries while discovering fascinating stories about Alaska's cultures, places, history and wildlife. On Sundays you will visit the Antique Auto Museum which hosts a stunning display of historically significant Alaska automobiles from Alaska’s early territorial days. Finish your afternoon at the Santa Claus House, where you can see Santa at his home in the North Pole, and have your picture taken with Mr. and Mrs. Claus.

Skagway: E-Bike Tour with Gold Panning and Museum Entrance

10. Skagway: E-Bike Tour with Gold Panning and Museum Entrance

Discover Skagway by e-bike through the eyes of a local on a guided tour that blends the modern city with its historic roots. Take in gorgeous waterfront views, pay a visit to the local museum, and try to strike it rich panning for gold. After a safety briefing, set off to explore the city with your knowledgeable and entertaining guide. Cruise the historic streets on state-of-the-art electric bicycles while learning about the origins of the town, its Gold Rush boom, and the pioneers that played a vital role in Skagway's evolution. Take a ride along the picturesque waterfront and loop back into town to try your hand at panning for gold the old-fashioned way. Reflect upon the history of some of the city's most famous buildings as you make your way to the Skagway Museum, where you can peruse fascinating artifacts and displays. Next, head to the Gold Rush Cemetery and learn the story of Soapy Smith, a notorious con man who aspired to rule the town of Skagway. Take a quick walk up the hill to Lower Reid Falls, a stunning 60-foot tall waterfall immersed in nature that makes a picture perfect backdrop. Put your cycling skills to the test as you head up the Dyea Road to the Skagway Overlook. Get a bird's-eye view of the entire town and learn how the beautiful glacial valley was formed.

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What people are saying about Alaska

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Bill was knowledgeable and personable. Pick up was on time and we had a comfortable van. The Cultural center had wonderful exhibits with information about the historical way of life. The stop at the pipeline showed just how massive the engineering was for this structure. We enjoyed the history and artifacts as well as artwork at the university museum. The campus was gorgeous at the top of the hill side. The North Pole stop was fun to say you were there. The reindeer yard was fun to see. The gift shop had Christmas items for everyone on your list.

Josh was the tour guide who drove us to the Springs - He was awesome! We loved the springs but were very disappointed at how dirty the locker rooms, bathrooms and walkway to the water were. The grounds are lovely and we enjoyed ourselves other than the lack of cleanliness.

Our Guide Ed, is very knowledgeable with Alaskan history. Ed is friendly, courteous and made our tour very pleasant. It is an interesting tour of Fairbanks.

Very good guide, interesting issues and places ! Happy taked part in it ! I will recomend others to make it !

Don’t miss out on this experience. It was awesome.