Welcome to Alaska

Take a scenic journey into the Last Frontier of Alaska and discover exquisite wildlife and natural beauty, inspiring history, fascinating museums, and much more.

Virtual Tours

Travel Alaska

Travel Alaska

Explore all that Alaska has to offer with photo and video tours of the awe-inspiring landscapes, diverse Native cultures, fascinating wildlife, and more.

Klondike Gold Rush Museum

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

Discover the history and people of the Klondike Gold rush with these 360° virtual tours of four significant locations in Skagway, Alaska.

Anchorage Museum

Anchorage Museum

Virtually browse through the galleries of this museum that focuses on the art, history, culture, ecology, and science of Alaska. There are also educational activities available on this site.

Alaskan Railroad

BBC's Great Alaskan Railroad Journeys

Travel the rails across Alaska with this travel documentary series of five episodes (approximately 30 minutes each) and learn about the people and places that shaped the state.

Fairbanks AK


Through 360° images and videos, experience the Northern Lights, Midnight Sun, the Chena River, dog mushing and more.

Sheldon Jackson Museum

Sheldon Jackson Museum

Visit this museum that features Native Alaskan artifacts including masks, clothing, tools, and more with the 360° virtual tour and the guided video tour.

Kenai Fjords

Kenai Fjords National Park

Climb down a crevasse in the Kenai Fjords, see how glaciers change, take a kayak journey in a glacier lagoon, see a humpback whale breach, and more with this 360° guided  interactive tour. Be sure your sound is on for this one. 

Iditarod Museum

Iditarod EDU Museum

Learn all about the Iditarod through images and text at this online museum. Scattered throughout your visit to expand your journey there are videos, downloadable resources, and extension activities.

Alaska Webcams

Alaska Webcams

No trip to Alaska would be complete without observing the diverse Alaskan wildlife. With this tour, watch archived footage of brown bears, walrus, salmon, Snowy Owl, moose, and more.

A Taste Of Alaska


A staple of Klondike Gold Rush miners, as well as a term coined during that time period for a long-time resident of Alaska, sourdough has been in kitchens for centuries. Make your own sourdough starter and bread with one of these recipes from Alaska.net.

Alaska - Sourdough
Alaska - Grilled Salmon

Wild Alaskan Salmon Fillet

Bears aren't the only ones who love salmon. This simple recipe from the Food Network uses a blend of spices to bring out the flaky, juicy flavor of grilled salmon.

Mini Brownie Baked Alaskas

While theoretically not an "Alaskan" dish, it was said to be named after the state in honor of the acquisition of Alaska in 1867. Try this variation of the igloo-shaped dessert from Betty Crocker. 

Alaska - Baked Alaska


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Iditarod Race Game

Iditarod Race Game

Husky Coloring Page



Alaska Trivia

Alaska Trivia

We hope you enjoyed visiting Alaska!

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