- TripBuzz discovered 39 different types of activities for couples in the Wasilla area, including Theaters (like Valley Performing Arts), Parks (like Independence Mine State Historical Park), Kayaking (like Alaska Kayak Academy) and Off Road & ATV (like Heiny's ATV Adventures), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 41 date ideas in or near Wasilla, Alaska, including 27 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Palmer, Eagle River, McCarthy and Anchorage.
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1102 N Muldoon Road, Anchorage, AK 99506 MoreLess Info
Featuring stadium seating and reserved seating, Regal Tikahtnu Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX runs showings of the latest films. The theater has Regal's RPX auditoriums; with digital projection, surround sound, and an extra large screen.
Hands-on activities and exploration are the focus of the Imaginarium Discovery Center which is part of the Anchorage Museum's expansion project. The center itself features 80 exhibits and related programs for the discovery of science on a personal level.
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.
A popular touristic attraction in the warm season for its scenic train-trips, the Alaska Railroad Depot offers 12-hour rides, in which wildlife can be spotted, and scenery can be admired. One of the stops is at the Denali National Park.
75% 117 votes
4601 Campbell Airstrip Rd., Anchorage, AK 99507 MoreLess Info
Encompassing 110 acres of boreal forest, the Alaska Botanical Garden provides visitors with the opportunity to see a wide array of native Alaskan trees and flowers. The garden is a research site, and is available for event rentals, as well.
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423 East 5th Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501 MoreLess Info
Alaska's Finest Tours & Cruises helps to point visitors in the right direction when setting up their excursion plans throughout Alaska, including private tours. The most popular tours include glacier and wildlife exploration, dog sledding and helicopter tours.
With a total length of 11 miles, the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail offers the hikers and the bikers a view of the ocean and of Mount McKinley. It is popular among wildlife watchers, this being the home of moose, wolves, porcupines, and many species of birds.