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Anchorage: Deluxe Trolley City Tour

1. Anchorage: Deluxe Trolley City Tour

Learn about the rich history and natural beauty of Alaska's largest city and ride the trolley to 5+ stops throughout downtown Anchorage. Travel comfortably and take in some of the city's most exciting landmarks such as the Lake Hood small airplane airport. During the tour you will visit iconic locations such as Ship Creek, Earthquake Park, and Point Wornzoff. At each stop you will get the chance to hop-off for a few minutes, take pictures and ask questions to your knowledgeable, passionate, expert local guides.

Anchorage City Tour w/ Wild Smoked Salmon & Reindeer Sausage

2. Anchorage City Tour w/ Wild Smoked Salmon & Reindeer Sausage

Embark on an engaging half-day journey through Anchorage, immersing yourself in the city's vibrant history and cultural treasures. Navigate through the rich history of Anchorage as you explore the landmarks of Ship Creek and Earthquake Park. Marvel at the expansive views from Point Woronzof, where the grandeur of Mt. Denali may be unveiled. Delight your senses at Alaska Wild Berry Products, home to the world's tallest chocolate waterfall. Indulge in the sweet wonders and flavors of Alaska. Savor the unique flavors of Anchorage with samples of smoked salmon and reindeer sausage at Alaska Sausage and Seafood. Gain insight into the state's culture with a visit to the University of Alaska, a hub of knowledge and traditions. Explore artisanal traditions at the Ulu Factory, discovering unique craftsmanship that reflects Alaska's heritage.

Anchorage: Coastal Trail 3-Hour City Bike Tour

3. Anchorage: Coastal Trail 3-Hour City Bike Tour

Start your tour after being picked up outside the Dena'ina Convention Center (600 W 7th Ave) in downtown Anchorage. Journey to Kincaid Park, where you'll be given your bike and a safety briefing from the guide. There are many stops for historical stories and photo opportunities throughout the tour. Bike through Kincaid Park, Anchorage's largest park, where many of the moose in the city live. Visit Earthquake Park, a memorial for the 2nd largest earthquake in recorded history that caused significant damage in Anchorage on Good Friday in 1964. Ride along the coast, with views of 5 mountain ranges, including the Alaska Range and Denali. This is a casual ride for people of all biking abilities and ages.

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Earthquake Park: Our most recommended tours and activities

Anchorage: Deluxe Trolley City Tour

Anchorage: Deluxe Trolley City Tour

Learn about the rich history and natural beauty of Alaska's largest city and ride the trolley to 5+ stops throughout downtown Anchorage. Travel comfortably and take in some of the city's most exciting landmarks such as the Lake Hood small airplane airport. During the tour you will visit iconic locations such as Ship Creek, Earthquake Park, and Point Wornzoff. At each stop you will get the chance to hop-off for a few minutes, take pictures and ask questions to your knowledgeable, passionate, expert local guides.

Anchorage City Tour w/ Wild Smoked Salmon & Reindeer Sausage

Anchorage City Tour w/ Wild Smoked Salmon & Reindeer Sausage

Embark on an engaging half-day journey through Anchorage, immersing yourself in the city's vibrant history and cultural treasures. Navigate through the rich history of Anchorage as you explore the landmarks of Ship Creek and Earthquake Park. Marvel at the expansive views from Point Woronzof, where the grandeur of Mt. Denali may be unveiled. Delight your senses at Alaska Wild Berry Products, home to the world's tallest chocolate waterfall. Indulge in the sweet wonders and flavors of Alaska. Savor the unique flavors of Anchorage with samples of smoked salmon and reindeer sausage at Alaska Sausage and Seafood. Gain insight into the state's culture with a visit to the University of Alaska, a hub of knowledge and traditions. Explore artisanal traditions at the Ulu Factory, discovering unique craftsmanship that reflects Alaska's heritage.

Anchorage: Coastal Trail 3-Hour City Bike Tour

Anchorage: Coastal Trail 3-Hour City Bike Tour

Start your tour after being picked up outside the Dena'ina Convention Center (600 W 7th Ave) in downtown Anchorage. Journey to Kincaid Park, where you'll be given your bike and a safety briefing from the guide. There are many stops for historical stories and photo opportunities throughout the tour. Bike through Kincaid Park, Anchorage's largest park, where many of the moose in the city live. Visit Earthquake Park, a memorial for the 2nd largest earthquake in recorded history that caused significant damage in Anchorage on Good Friday in 1964. Ride along the coast, with views of 5 mountain ranges, including the Alaska Range and Denali. This is a casual ride for people of all biking abilities and ages.

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What people are saying about Earthquake Park

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4.8
(16 reviews)

Prince was very personable and knowledgeable. He did an excellent job. The $25 1 hour shuttle tour was sold out so we bought the 1.5 hour tour that is $50/person. I thought it was a little pricey but sometimes that happens on vacation.

The guide was absolutely well prepared. There is no so many attractuon in Anchorage but this tour is a good opportunity to get to know the city

Donna our guide was so friendly and knowledgeable. She made our tour so worth it.

We loved it !! Kel was a joy to ride with. So friendly & courteous.

Excelent. the guide is very good at explaining everything.