Activities in Anchorage

Up to 60% Off Bounce-House Rentals

For Fun Alaska

Northeast Anchorage

$299 $149

Kids bounce around in cake- or castle-shaped inflatables, try their hand at bouncy boxing, or enjoy a complete self-service birthday package

Up to 54% Off Toddlers' Tumbling Classes

Alaska Athletics


$60 $30

Tumbling classes help toddlers learn balance and coordination in a well-supervised environment

Up to 66% Off Classes at Urban Zen Yoga Studio

Urban Zen Yoga Studio


$120 $49

Standard yoga, Vinyasa flow, and hot Vinyasa performed in a 95-degree studio

40% Off from Alaska Backcountry Access

Alaska Backcountry Access

Hotel Alyeska

$595 $355


Experienced guides lead groups on rafting, jet-boating, canyoneering, or kayaking trips

Up to 53% Off at Alaska Experience Theater 

Alaska Experience Theater


$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 54% Off Kids’ Bounce Visits or Party

Bouncin' Bears

Multiple Locations

$75 $35


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

Up to Half Off Urban Dare Adventure Race for Two

Urban Dare

Humpy's Great Alaskan Alehouse

$90 $45

Fast-paced competition challenges teams of two with trivia, photo hunts, and mental and physical challenges

Fred Astaire Dance Studio – 75% Off Dance Lessons

Fred Astaire Dance Studio


$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 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

50% Off Planetarium Visit

University of Alaska Anchorage Planetarium

Providence Dr.

$20 $10

Planetarium visitors get a full-dome theater experience, which provides an immersive setting to teach about the wonders of space and nature

Up to 57% Off Fitness at Dharma Hot Yoga

Dharma Hot Yoga


$149 $65

Instructors guide students through hot-yoga sequences in 85–100 degree temperatures, intense Insanity fitness classes, and Zumba dance

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

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


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

54% Off Kids' Camp at Arctic Crown Canvas

Arctic Crown Canvas


$300 $139

Kids enjoy themed summer camps that focus on developing artistic creativity through painting, acrylics, watercolor, drawing, and crafts

Up to 62% Off Glacier and Wildlife Explorer Tour

Alaska's Finest Tours & Cruises

Downtown Anchorage

$418 $199

Guided van tours along the Turnagain Arm include a one-hour boat to Portage Glacier and a visit to Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

Up to Half Off at Hiking Yoga

Hiking Yoga

Goose Lake Park

$20 $9.99

Outdoor hiking and yoga combine for 90 minutes of cardio and strength work in a natural setting, and groups can take private hikes

Up to 59% Off Two-Day Salsa-Dancing Bootcamp or Dance Classes

Alaska Dance Promotions

Taku / Campbell

$120 $60

Ten hours of intensive salsa instruction over two days, held in a ballroom at the Hotel Captain Cook; dance classes include zumba & bachata

Select Local Merchants

Jody Mason quickly became enamored with the sights and abundant fish of Prince William Sound during his first fishing trip to Whittier in 1977. Twenty-three years later he started Alaskan 4 Star Charters to share those experiences and resources with others. His vacation destination—at the head of Passage Channel—provided the ideal place to set up shop, as it's one of the closest salt-water fishing grounds to Anchorage and rich with Alaskan scenery. The company's private hunting and fishing charters whisk guests away in pursuit of 15 types of rockfish or five types of salmon, while trio of sightseeing tours through Prince William Sound drift past humpback whales and tidewater glaciers that the prince bedazzled with his favorite rubies.

11321 Vía Appia

Salmonstock, a three-day music festival hosted by Renewable Resource Foundation, gathers musicians and audiences together to celebrate and safeguard Alaska’s wild salmon. Dozens of bands take to the Ocean and River stages to entertain ears, while vendors serve fresh fish and other bites. Attendees can also learn different ways to save the salmon, from cleaning trash out of waterways to refraining from yelling into their breeding grounds. Money raised from the festival goes toward educational programs and efforts to protect salmon populations.

605 W 2nd Ave

Outfitting patrons with brand-name gear from Gary Loomis and Lefty Kreh, Alaska Tackle Rental supplies equipment for fishing excursions throughout the state. Fly-rod and spinning setups abet clientele in catching salmon and trout, and tackle, licenses, and hip boots help procure fish in murky town-square fountains. The in-house experts also dispense advice on prime fishing spots with take-away info sheets. During off-hours, clairvoyant staffers can rendezvous with clients for gear deliveries to their hotel or van down by the creek.

333 West 4th Avenue

Alaska Baseball Development Program has hosted youth baseball camps in Anchorage and its surrounding communities for the past 15 years. Every summer, director Andre Toliver–a former player for the Chicago White Sox—rounds up the best available high school and college coaches to lead ABDP's camps and instructional programs. Thanks to the efforts of Andre and ABDP, many past students have advanced to compete at the high school and college levels.

11038 Northfleet Drive

Named one of the top 10 trail rides in the country by USA Today, Bardy's Trail Rides transports riders through pristine Alaskan countryside, providing visitors with an unforgettable vacation and residents with a fresh perspective on their home state. Groups of up to seven travelers trot alongside majestic mountains and ford rippling rivers, following an unsullied trail only accessible by horse or crafty zebras disguised in horse costumes. Amble beneath bald-eagle nesting areas and through the old town of Seward while listening to a native guide impart spellbinding true accounts of the region's destruction during a 1964 earthquake. Twice-daily rides commence at 12 p.m. and 3 p.m., but guests should arrive 20 minutes early to don provided helmets and christen horses with suitable names, such as Trailblazer or Car with Legs.

1308 Chamberlain Rd

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