. Inside the sprawling gift shop is a chocolate waterfall and the Wild Berry Theater; outside there's a short nature trail that leads to a handful of caribou that kids can feed and pet.
Handles a variety of very soft, very warm and very expensive garments made of arctic musk-ox wool, hand-knitted in isolated Inupiaq villages.
Anchorage’s largest outdoor store has everything you might ever need, from wool socks to backpacks to kayaks to camp chairs. Besides being able to repair your camp stove or bicycle tire, it will also rent canoes, be…
Staffed by experts and stocked with high-end gear, AMH is the place for serious adventurers.
Billing itself as a 'funktional' art gallery, Dos Manos sells locally crafted art and jewelry, and very cool Alaska-themed T-shirts. A recent expansion allows room for large works of fine art.
Many vendors head to this market on Wednesday.
A fabulous used bookstore, with more than 30,000 sq ft of books, including many on Alaska.
Located on the 1st floor of the Alaska Native Medical Center, it has some of the finest Alaska Native arts and crafts available to the public. But it has limited hours and does not accept credit cards.
This was called the ‘Saturday Market’ until it became so popular it opened on Sundays. A fantastic open market with live music and more than 300 booths stocked with cheap food, Mat-Su Valley veggies and souvenirs fr…
Handmade arts and crafts, plus locally grown produce and Alaska seafood. A festive vibe with live music on Saturday mornings in Chilkoot Charlie's parking lot.