by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Courtesy of Anchorage Museum
10th & M Seafoods
Offers the best and freshest selection of seafood.
4th Avenue Market Place
Permanent craft fair of Native Alaskan goods.
Alaska Native Arts Foundation Gallery
Offers a wide variety of art, clothing and housewares.
Alaska Native Medical Center Craft Shop
Perfect for anyone interested in Native Alaskan art.
Anchorage Museum Shop
Selection of authentic Native Alaskan art for sale.
Cabin Fever Gifts
Make sure to visit this tasteful downtown gift shop.
David Green Master Furrier
Splurge on a fur coat or stole at this family business.
Oomingmak Musk Ox Producers Cooperative
Purchase luxurious musk ox wool at this shop.
Summit Spice and Tea Company
More than 160 varieties of specialty teas and spices.
Title Wave Books
Visit this truly impressive bookstore.
"To the lover of wilderness, Alaska is one of the most wonderful countries in the world." —John Muir
FEATURED // Mt. McKinley “Flightseeing”
FEATURED // Bear Tooth Theatrepub and Grill
FEATURED // Seven Glaciers
FEATURED // Anchorage Museum Shop
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