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  • Anchorage: 1-Hour Trolley Tour

    1. Anchorage: 1-Hour Trolley Tour

    Enjoy a fully narrated tour of historic Anchorage from the comfort of an enclosed, heated trolley with panoramic windows. Travel a 15-mile circuit through Alaska's largest city, while a lively and informative Alaskan guide shares the history of the city, their family stories, and more. Departing from the corner of 4th and F Street, the tour includes many highlights, such as the Mysterious Earthquake Park, and Westchester Lagoon, where waterfowl abound, and moose and small mammals forage. See the Alaska Railroad, and float planes departing from Lake Hood and Lake Spenard. Enjoy breathtaking views of mountain ranges, wildlife sightings, and historic neighborhoods In addition, get a coupon book serving more than 20 restaurants, gift shops, tours, and attractions in downtown Anchorage.

    Kris was an amazing guide and gave me a great tour! Awesome history! Would recommend it to anyone looking to find out more on Anchorage!

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What people are saying about Anchorage

We had such a wonderful time just traveling around Anchorage on this tour. The weather was beautiful and we saw some very interesting parts of Anchorage. Our tour guide was wonderful… she was very knowledgeable and had a great singing voice!!!! We totally recommend this tour of Anchorage!!!

My family enjoyed our tour a lot. We found it to be very informative and learned a lot of interesting factoids about Anchorage. If this is your first trip to Anchorage Alaska, this is well worth the price of admission. Younger kids may not enjoy it all that much though.

Kris was an amazing guide and gave me a great tour! Awesome history! Would recommend it to anyone looking to find out more on Anchorage!

Our guide was very knowledgeable, friendly and went over and beyond her duty.

Very informative! We actually drove back to Earthwake Park.