Events & Activities in Alaska

Up to 53%b Off to Paint-Your-Own Pottery

All Fired Up

Midtown

$20 $10

Pre-fired ceramic bisques serve as canvas, allowing guests to express creativity with food-safe, water-based paints

Up to 53% Off Batting-Cage Tokens or Birthday Party Package

The Cage

Anchorage

$15 $7

Players or partygoers practice batting skills in eight outdoor cages with four baseball speeds & fast or slow softball pitches.

50% Off Rage CIty Rollergirls v. Mother State Roller Derby

Rage City Rollergirls

AT&T Sports Pavilion

$30 $15

Cheer on bruisers including Pain Maker Sally and Bat Ma'am during their roller-derby bout against the Mother State Roller Derby

Up to 59% Off Pottery Class at Clay Owen Studios

Clay Owen Studios

Southside Anchorage

$45 $22

Artist Autumn Tetlow hosts pottery classes that unlock the art of throwing and painting pots

Up to 46% Off Stained-Glass Class at Clay Owen Studios

Clay Owen Studios

Anchorage

$100 $55

Artist Autumn Tetlow hosts stained-glass classes where students make artful stained-glass sun catchers

Half Off Outdoor Adventure from Legends Alaska

Legends Alaska

Willow Airport

$800 $399

Experienced bush pilot carries travelers across glacial lakes and forests during a chartered flight, hike, and fishing trip

60% Off Ceramics-Painting Studio Visits

Color Me Mine Anchorage

Taku / Campbell

$50 $20

Patrons paint blank ceramic bisques ranging from dishes to Disney figurines inside a newly relocated, 1,750-square-foot studio

Up to 55% Off ATV or Snowmobile Tours

Alaska Backcountry Adventure Tours

Butte

$255 $125

Guides teach visitors how to maneuver ATVs and snowmobiles before departing for woodsy trails and snow-covered scenery

Up to 53% Off at Alaska Experience Theater 

Alaska Experience Theater

Downtown

$44.30 $22

This 45-minute program begins in a theater that rocks to re-create a major earthquake and includes two shorts showcasing Alaska's beauty

51% Off Adult Cooking Class at Let's Cook Alaska

Let's Cook Alaska

Sand Lake

$140 $69

Hands-on classes teach students techniques and terminology during the creation of an entire meal, which is shared at the end of class

Up to 53% Off a Cooking Class at Let's Cook Alaska

Let's Cook Alaska

Sand Lake

$80 $40

Hands-on cooking classes teach students basic and advanced skills as they prepare entire meal shared at end of class

Up to 60% Off at 907 Paintball

907 Paintball

South Anchorage Sports Park

$80 $35

Paintballers with masks and markers navigate an outdoor field filled with inflatable obstacles for an adrenaline-fueled face-off

Alaska Fighting Championship—66% Off MMA Fight Night

AFC 108 "Best of the Best 10" Ten-Year Anniversary

George M Sullivan Sports Arena

$29.40 $10

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Alaska Fighting Championship celebrates a decade's worth of bumps and bruises with an evening of brawls, including a pair of title fights

Up to 51% Off Bowling

Center Bowl

Anchorage

$45 $22

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Bowlers send pins clattering in a 50-year-old bowling alley with Brunswick synthetic lanes, auto-scoring, and touchscreen controls

Up to 54% Off Kids’ Bounce Visits or Party

Bouncin' Bears

Multiple Locations

$75 $35

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Inflatable slides, obstacles, and castles greet kids within a supervised play center; parties include drinks and supplies

Up to 54% Off Kids’ Bounce Visits or Party

Bouncin' Bears

Multiple Locations

$75 $35

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Inflatable slides, obstacles, and castles greet kids within a supervised play center; parties include drinks and supplies

Fred Astaire Dance Studio – 75% Off Dance Lessons

Fred Astaire Dance Studio

Anchorage

$142 $35

Experienced instructors teach couples how to ballroom dance through private, group, and practice lessons

Up to 73% Off Kids' Baseball Camp

Alaska Baseball Development Program

Multiple Locations

$240 $95

Baseball camps emphasize fundamentals; the initial camp includes an appearance from former pro Steve Larkin from the Cincinnati Reds

Up to 73% Off Kids' Baseball Camp

Alaska Baseball Development Program

Multiple Locations

$240 $95

Baseball camps emphasize fundamentals; the initial camp includes an appearance from former pro Steve Larkin from the Cincinnati Reds

Select Local Merchants

WildRide Sled Dog Rodeos pay homage to Alaska’s furriest and most distinctive athletes with an evening of music, laughs, and incredible exploits. Boasting a line-up of Iditarod and Yukon Quest champions both human and canine, rodeos pit sled teams against each other in races, test lead-dog training with voice-command obstacle courses, and shame local strongmen as a 16-dog team pulls a 10,000-pound truck from a standstill. After the competition, the young and young at heart can snap a photo with adorable husky puppies and meet Hugo, one of the four-legged stars of Disney’s Snow Buddies. Shows run rain or shine, with rodeo viewers safely ensconced in comfortable covered bleachers that protect attendees from the elements like stadium-sized mukluks.

185 E Ship Creek Ave
Anchorage,
AK
US

REGAL AIR is a locally owned and operated air taxi that has been in business since 1982 with a perfect safety record. We are located on the shore of Lake Hood in Anchorage, Alaska. We have a fleet of well maintained DeHavilland Beavers and C-206's.

4506 Lakeshore Dr
Anchorage,
AK
US

In an unassuming parking lot, there exist two seats that many dare not sit upon. Only the brave step up to board Thrills Unlimited: The Ejection Seat, a thrilling ride that catapults its occupants into the sky as fast as a speeding car and as high as a 13-story building. For memories of the gravity-defying experience, a video camera affixed to the carriage stands trained on its breathless subjects, recording every detail for a post-ride purchase perfect for sharing with loved ones and consulting before parachute infomercial auditions. When not in the Dimond Center parking lot, the ride tours state fairs and local events to ignite the adrenaline glands of brave souls throughout the area.

800 East Dimond Boulevard
Anchorage,
AK
US

Licensed by the United States Coast Guard, the captains at Stories and Legends ferry spectators over the sea and amid pods of cetaceans during guided whale-watching tours. When the season begins in late February, shuttles bring explorers from airports, hotels, or cruise ships to Auke Bay, where boats carrying up to 24 passengers depart at 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. daily. If they wish, guests may provide their own transportation to the dock via car, bike, or land whale.

11957 Glacier Hwy.
Juneau,
Alaska
US

Body Renew Alaska's 12 boot-camp sessions (three classes a week) help participants shed pounds and build muscle in a group fitness environment. Each one-hour session, available at four different locations, will push participants' workouts to the next level to produce intense results in one month. Augment your muscle chiseling with six months of full access to eBodyLive, where users can utilize a customized online food and workout journal and four one-on-one video chats with a nationally certified trainer who reviews and guides each fitness program. The workouts—sent as detailed instructions with video clips and images—can be sent to most phones, allowing participants to access their fitness regimen from the same device they use to arrange meetings of the Millard Fillmore Appreciation Society.

1325 E Palmer Wasilla Hwy
Wasilla,
AK
US

Boasting a "steep and deep" mountain with one of North America’s longest continuous double-black runs, Alyeska Resort packs both an adventurous punch and about 650 inches of snow annually. The mountain benefits from top-to-bottom snowmaking capabilities across the 2,500 feet of vertical terrain, as well as a brand new Ted's Express high-speed quad chairlift to access beginner runs.

The 76 named trails crisscross 1,500 skiable acres, whose lower regions grant visitors breathtaking glimpses through coastal tree lines. As Claire Walter put it in a 2009 Frommer’s review, "No other resort combines true high-mountain terrain, a low oxygen-rich elevation, and splendid ocean views." In the summer, an aerial tram showcases lush flora and fauna and wildlife such as moose and a vacationing Smokey Bear, who acts as a trail guide.

Aside from quick bites at the Daylodge, skiers refuel with burgers and live music at the Sitzmark Bar & Grill or venture to the AAA four-diamond Seven Glaciers restaurant for more formal dining. Guests can rest their heads at the chateau-style Hotel Alyeska and soothe weary muscles at a full-service spa.

1000 Arlberg Ave
Girdwood,
AK
US