- TripBuzz found 11 things to do with kids in or near Wrangell, Alaska.
- From Alaska Charters & Adventures to Anan Creek Bear Observatory, the Wrangell area offers 12 different types of family activities, including: Boat Tours, Nature & Wildlife Areas, History Museums and Observatories & Planetariums.
- Located in Southeastern Alaska, Wrangell is home to portions of the Tongress National Forest and the Stikine-LeConte Wilderness. Consequently, the area is full of wildlife including moose, bear and deer; and outdoor recreation such as fishing, mountain biking, hiking and whale watching are all popular activities with residents and tourists. An island, the town is reached only by ferry or plane.
Visitors can enjoy guiding fishing charters and tours through the Alaskan wilderness with Alaska Charters & Adventures. Guests can see glaciers and icebergs in addition to bears, bald eagles, whales, and a variety of other wildlife.
While the main wildlife attractions at the Anan Creek Bear Observatory are the brown bears and the black bears, there are also other species of animals which can be spotted in here, from harbor seals to bald eagles.
With its 4 vessels, the Breakaway Adventures Day Tours offer Stikine River tours, the Telegraph Creek tours, and the LeConte Glacier tour. The wildlife observatory is also one of its most popular services.
The visitor can find at the Wrangell Museum an exhaustive collection which depicts the history of the area, from native tribes to the gold rush, and more. The museum has a collection of over 6,000 pictures depicting the area's history. There is also a gift shop.
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There are 4 tours offered by Alaska Waters - Day Tours: the wildlife watching at the AnAn Bear Observatory, the Stikine River Tour, the Stikine River Shorebird Rendezvous, and the LeConte Glacier Tour.