Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
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Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (AWCC) is a non-profit organization that provides refuge for orphaned, injured and ill animals; cares for animals that cannot survive on their own in the wild; and educates visitors about Alaska’s wildlife.
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A must see, at least once! Combine with glacier tour in Whittier...or do multiple day trips out of anchorage. This is a one hour drive. You can stop and hike, eat, and/or ride the tram up the moutanin for a spectacular view in Girdwood.
The perfect setting to learn about Alaska's wildlife. AWCC offers up close animal encounters and a 200 acre campus for viewing and educating. AWCC is located about 1 hour out of town.
Some of these animals have been rescued and cannot return to the wild. They also have raised Wood Bison and others to be released. Its very nice getting up close and personal with the animals on sight. This is a favorite for visitors as well as locals.
See grizllies, blacks, moose, caribou and more wildlife for pictures. They are here, no chance encounters.
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“Beautiful setting around lake with examples of various Alaskans cultural regions. ”
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“The museum has engaging exhibits for all ages and varied interests. Plus it has an outstanding restaurant.”
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“Really good food and beer. Plan ahead for this place they are a busy restaurant. ”
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“Very popular dining in downtown Anchorage. Very busy, I recommend reservations. Love the ribs!”
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