Anchorage is the northernmost city in the state of Alaska, in the United States. It's boreal climate is characterized by extremely cold winters and warm summers. The city has much to offer travelers who want to get to know the city and all the Anchorage activities it offers. Know that of all things to see in Anchorage, its natural and wild environment are the highlights. Among the places to visit in Anchorage, you can begin with Westchester Lagoon, a waterfowl sanctuary that offers picturesque beauty. There are other attractions in Anchorage include beautiful parks. Elderberry Park is one of the best in town. It has lovely views of Cook Inlet and the House Museum Oscar Anderson's in Anchorage is in the northern corner of the park. Woronzoff Point is a viewpoint, and another of the many Anchorage attractions to visit, that's in the west end of the city, behind the airport. It's quite away from the city, but the drive is worth it because the views are beautiful and there's always possibility of seeing wildlife. From there you can see Turnagain Arm, the small inlet that passes through Anchorage, and visiting it is certainly one of the best things to do in Anchorage. You absolutely have to bring your camera! There's lots of stuff to do in Anchorage, like experience all its traditions, customs and even the most popular festivals. For more on what to do in Anchorage, visit the Russian Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Innocent, which was built for the large Russian population in the city. It's one of the most interesting places you can visit in Anchorage.