The second largest city in Alaska, Fairbanks is named the “Golden Heart City” for its historical and modern gold industries and for its central location. The city serves as the hub of the region known as Alaska’s Interior. In the summer, visitors and residents alike enjoy nearly 24 hours of light daily.
Visitors have many Fairbanks activities to choose from. Experience Fairbanks’ rich Gold Rush history via sternwheeler, or visit one of the region’s many gold mines. The Arctic Circle and the Yukon River are just a short flight away. Playing a round of golf under the midnight sun is always a favorite pastime.
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Fairbanks Highlight Adventure
Your Fairbanks Highlight Adventure begins right at your Fairbanks accommodation. During your guided adventure, the first stop will be the Morris Thompson Cultural & Visitors Center–Fairbanks premier visitor stop. The…View Details
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Chena Hot Springs & Ice Museum
Experience the “hottest” and “coolest” attractions in Alaska! Start with a 60 mile ride to Chena Hot Springs Resort. Along the way learn about the recreational area and history of…View Details
Alaska Salmon Bake & Palace Theatre Revue
Looking for a relaxed dinner after a busy day of adventures? Head to the Alaska Salmon Bake at Pioneer Park where you’ll enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet while surrounded by Alaskan…View Details
Backstage Pass to Trail Breaker Kennel
Visit Trail Breaker Kennel—one of Fairbank’s longest operating kennels. Located along the Chena River in Fairbanks, Trail Breaker Kennel was established in 1980 by the husband and wife team of…View Details
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Midnight Sun ATV
You will be picked up at your hotel by an executive shuttle bus and whisked out to the trail head while getting to know your local guide and learn about…View Details