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Anchorage, AK Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 45
Total Sleeping Rooms 6,750
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 350
Committable Meeting Rooms* 24
Convention Center Space 200,069 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 47,415 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 9,400 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $190
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $82
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $328
*Maximum for a single hotel

Anchorage, AK Things to Do and Attractions

Alaska Botanical Garden

Located right next door to Bicentennial Park, the 110 acres of spruce and birch woodland at the Alaska Botanical Gardens are home to about 150 different species of plants, including more than 1,100 varieties of annual and perennial plants. Visitors

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Alaska Native Heritage Center

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Celebrating Alaska's 11 Native cultures, the Alaska Native Heritage Center is a fascinating window into the lives of Alaska's indigenous people. Visitors can stroll along lovely Lake Tiulana to six re-created traditional Native dwellings to learn

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Alaska Zoo

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Located on 25 acres of Anchorage hillside, the Alaska Zoo attracts nearly 200,000 visitors per year. The zoo showcases regional Arctic wildlife such as moose, caribou, sheep and bears along with exotic species from other Arctic and sub-Arctic regions

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Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

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Located 40 minutes south of Anchorage in the Portage Valley, this vast reserve is home to iconic Alaska animals. Moose, wood bison, black and brown bears, foxes, musk oxen, roam huge enclosures, yet allow for safe, up-close views of Alaska's most

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Anchorage Market & Festival

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Located in the heart of downtown, this lively open air market has quickly become an Anchorage institution with more than 600,000 visitors annually. Amid the sounds of live music reverberating through the air, shoppers browse hundreds of booths

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Anchorage Museum

Located in the heart of downtown Anchorage, the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center is both one of Alaska's most popular museums and its largest at 170,000 square feet. Its permanent and temporary exhibits showcase the science, art, history and

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Begich, Boggs Visitor Center at Portage Glacier

Located about an hour south of Anchorage within the second largest national forest in America - Chugach National Forest - visitors find the world-famous Portage Glacier. Here, visitors can stop in at the popular Begich, Boggs Visitor Center to

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Kenai Fjords National Park

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Within a day's drive or rail trip from Anchorage, Kenai Fjords National Park is an astonishing window into the Ice Age. Offering some of the most remarkable sights in Alaska, this park spans 650,000 acres across the South Central region of the state.

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Crow Creek Mine

Among the most lucrative gold mines in the region, Crow Creek Mine once fueled the dreams of 1890s prospectors. Today, the historic camp buildings stand as testament to Alaska's gold rush. Modern visitors learn what it takes to pan for gold, and try

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Kincaid Grill

Nestled in a quiet Anchorage neighborhood, Kincaid Grill serves up a savory menu of regional Alaskan cuisine and adventurous fare. Patrons dine in a sleek and snazzy atmosphere punctuated by lively jazz music, stunning views and a wine bar lined with

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Kinley's Restaurant & Bar

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A new foodie favorite, Kinley's Restaurant & Bar has been shaking up the Anchorage culinary scene since opening in 2007. Serving up an artful blend of contemporary American cuisine with an Alaskan flair, Kinley's makes guests feel at home in a chic

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Sourdough Mining Company

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Situated in a replica old mill house, the Sourdough Mining Company gives guests a taste of old Alaska. Amidst a rustic atmosphere reminiscent of Alaska's Gold Rush days, patrons enjoy hearty cuisine served with warm hospitality. Highlights include

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