Today, the ACA is the largest performing arts presenter in Alaska: it's the only organization that presents Broadway shows in the state, and it’s the largest resident company that uses the city’s Alaska Center for the Performing Arts (known to locals as the PAC), home to both the Atwood Concert Hall and the Discovery Theatre.
Learn about the massive 1964 Earthquake that rocked Alaska.
You can see it all on the big screen, from the comfort of this downtown Anchorage Theatre.
The City of Anchorage may be relatively young, but it has a storied history that is rich enough to keep you captivated for hours.
Here, you can satisfy your curiosity: Get the dirt on the gold rush, learn how Alaska’s earliest More...The center, which opened to the public in 1993, educates visitors about Alaska's wildlife.Coyotes peer out from behind the brush while a bald eagle swoops in on the salmon remains left by a grizzly bear.Enjoy a relaxed midday picnic or beautiful evening sunset on Mt.Alyeska's observation deck, more than 2,000 feet above sea level. Go exploring, berry picking, and paragliding, and take a hike on the glacier. Ascend the 1.5 - mile, 1,350 vertical foot trail to the rocky, football field-sized summit in about an hour and take in panoramic views from Denali (Mt. If you want vistas without the hike, walk the short path from the parking lot to the overlook.