Located just south of Anchorage, this center provides a fantastic opportunity to view Alaskan wildlife up close, including bears, moose, elk, and more. September is a great time to visit as many animals are active and preparing for winter.
Explore Alaskan art, history, and science at this museum. It offers a wide range of exhibits, including Alaska Native artifacts, contemporary art, and a planetarium. It's a great place to spend a rainy September day.
September is an excellent time to enjoy hiking and exploring the Chugach State Park. With numerous trails of varying difficulty levels, you can experience the beauty of Alaska's wilderness and maybe even catch a glimpse of wildlife.
Discover the beauty of Alaska's native plants and gardens at the Alaska Botanical Garden. September brings a colorful display of fall foliage, making it a great time for a peaceful stroll through the gardens.
Take a leisurely walk or bike ride along the scenic coastal trail to enjoy breathtaking views of the Chugach Mountains, Cook Inlet, and possibly spot some beluga whales.
Just a short drive from Anchorage, this nature center offers educational programs and beautiful trails for hiking. September is a great time to visit when the leaves are changing, and the salmon are spawning in nearby Eagle River.
Learn about the rich cultural history of Alaska's indigenous peoples at this center. You can see traditional dances, art, and exhibitions that provide insight into the various native cultures of Alaska.