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The Valley Cinema

The Valley Cinema Wasilla was a small, locally-owned movie theater. The Valley Cinema was a popular destination for locals and tourists alike, as it is located in the heart of Wasilla's historic downtown district.

In addition to screening feature films, the Valley Cinema also hosted a variety of special events, including concerts and puppet shows. The Valley Cinema was also well-known for its cozy atmosphere and friendly staff.

Unfortunately, the Valley Cinema was forced to close its doors after local businesses started to disappear. Although it is no longer open to the public, memories of the theater continue to be shared by residents and visitors alike.

0.49 miles away

Museum of Alaska Transportation

The Museum of Alaska Transportation Wasilla is a museum with a focus on transportation in Alaska. The museum has exhibits on the history of transportation in Alaska, as well as exhibits on different types of transportation vehicles and equipment. The museum also has a library with books and periodicals on Alaska transportation.

5.55 miles away

Crevasse-Moraine Trailhead

The Crevasse-Moraine Trailhead Park offers visitors an opportunity to explore one of the most beautiful and impressive displays of glaciated landforms in Alaska. The park is home to a number of glaciers, including the massive Muldrow Glacier, which is more than two miles long and two miles wide. The park also features a number of moraines, including the 12,000-foot- high Wahluke Slab and the 2,000-foot-high Koyukuk Moraine.

The Crevasse-Moraine Trailhead Park is open from early May to late September, and admission is free. The park is wheelchair accessible, and there is a visitor center with exhibits on glaciation and geology.

6.22 miles away

Eklutna Historical Park

The Eklutna Historical Park is a historical landmark in Anchorage, Alaska. The park is located on the banks of the Eklutna River and includes a museum, gift shop, and picnic area. The park features exhibits about the Eklutna Native village and its economy. The Eklutna Historical Park is managed by the Anchorage Museum and Art Gallery.

7.65 miles away

Thunderbird Falls Trailhead

The Thunderbird Falls Trailhead is the perfect spot to take in the majestic beauty of Alaska's Thunderbird Falls. The waterfall is located within the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, and it's easy to see why this area is so popular.

Once you reach the falls, be sure to take some time to enjoy the view. The falls are surrounded by lush mossy forests, and there are several viewpoints along the trail that give you a perfect vantage point for snapped photos or selfies.

If you're looking for a shorter hike that still offers plenty of natural beauty, consider taking the "Iceberg Lake" trail instead. This trail leads to an ice-filled lake that's home to some beautiful wildflowers and wildlife.

8.42 miles away

Government Peak Recreation Area

Government Peak Recreation Area Park in the Fishhook, Alaska is a popular spot for hikers, bikers, and climbers. The park has easy access from Wasilla, and offers an impressive view of the Fishhook Mountains and the surrounding valley. The park also has a small interpretive center with displays on local history and wildlife. There are several hiking trails that lead to scenic overlooks and glaciers. A bike trail circles the mountain, and a suspension bridge allows visitors to cross a creek. The park also features a playground, picnic areas, restrooms, and a ranger station.

9.71 miles away

Alaska Museum of Science and Nature

The Alaska Museum of Science and Nature in Anchorage, Alaska is home to exhibits on the natural world, including a planetarium and an aquarium. The museum also has a children's museum, an exhibit on the history of Alaska, and a gallery with works by local artists. The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free for adults, and children under 18 years old are free with an adult admission ticket.

27.83 miles away

The Grand View Inn & Suites is an excellent, budget-friendly accommodation that provides easy access to the city's most sought after attractions; book this Wasilla hotel today!

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