Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, Anchorage, Alaska, United States of America
Situated in downtown Anchorage, Alaska,the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts is a performing venue that was opened to the public in 1988 and hosts over 200,000 people annually. The centre is consist of three theatres; the Discovery Theatre, which is used for smaller-scale operas, theatre, film and musical presentations, and dances. It has 700 seats. The Evangeline Atwood Concert Hall is a 2,000-seater that is designated for dance and Broadway musicals as well as symphonic, opera, popular music and chamber presentations. The last one is the Sydney Laurence Theatre, that is named after the painter, Sydney Laurence and has 340 seats. It is mainly used for theatre, film and chamber music. Ride a bus and take a quick tour to nearby towns such as the Big Lake and the Chickaloon.
Tourists who are visiting the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts can also swing by Keaton Beach for a quick dip. A wide array of hotels and other accommodations can be found in the immediate surroundings of the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts. The Sheraton Anchorage Hotel and Spa offers accommodation with stunning views of the city, mountain and the Cook Inlet. An onsite restaurant is also available onsite. Air-conditioned rooms with kitchenette, a microwave, as well as a refrigerator, can also be enjoyed at The Voyager Inn. You can visit the Matanuska Glacier State Recreational Site,which has twelve campsites and glacier viewing platforms. An adventure to Chugach National Forestis also something that shouldn’t be missed while in Anchorage.