- Our list of the best things to do in Whittier, Alaska, features the top 38 nearby activities — including 22 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Whittier, AK has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Water Activities, Outdoor Places, Adventures, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 17 things to do within the city of Whittier, AK , followed by 22 popular activities in nearby cities, including Girdwood and Anchorage
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Mi 2.2 Old Glenn Hy, Eagle River, AK 99577 MoreLess Info
Created in 1983, the McDonald Harry J Memorial Ctr is a multi-purpose facility that features a multi-use turf field, a 2-lane track, and an ice hockey rink. The track can be used for running or walking.
80% 55 votes
11723 Old Glenn Highway, Eagle River, AK 99577 MoreLess Info
The history and science of Alaska is on view at The Alaska Museum of Natural History, where patrons can learn about the region dating back to the Ice Age. There are also many interactive displays and activities for kids.
A 24-lane bowling facility, Eagle River Bowl offers open and league bowling as well as private event hosting. The center has a pro shop, a bar with adult beverages, a golf simulator and a cafe with food and drinks.
At Alaska Museum of Natural History, visitors can learn about the ecological and cultural history of the region through a variety of permanent and rotating exhibits. These exhibits contain dinosaur artifacts, gems, taxidermy, and more.
98% 552 votes
9170 Jewel Lake Road, Suite 202, Anchorage, AK 99502 MoreLess Info
Alaska Tour & Travel Day Tours offers tours to Anchorage, Fairbanks, Seward, and Denali National Park. Visitors can choose trips to see bears, learn about the native heritage, take guided fly fishing trips, or enjoy a scenic float trip.
90% 372 votes
3530 Alamosa, Anchorage, AK 99502 MoreLess Info
Offering half-day tours, Anchorage Tours & Transfers - Wildlife Tour takes visitors on a trip through the important sites and landmarks of Anchorage. They go through the downtown area, Earthquake park, and the floatplane harbor.
During the summer, Turning Head Kennels offers tours that include a 1.5-mile sled dog ride, a chance to see Iditarod racing dogs and meet mushers, combined with a helicopter tour of Seward Glacier. During the winter, they offer a chance to explore Seward and Kenai Fjords National Park by dog.