Fairbanks Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Fairbanks; our list of the best things to see, including Ice Alaska, Pikes Landing Riverfront Dining & Sports Bar and The Lemongrass.
  • Ice sculptors from all over the world come here and sculpt stunning ice sculptures. These sculptures are worth visiting both during day and night (due to the glow from ice).
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  • Pikes Landing Riverfront Dining & Sports Bar

    Pikes Landing Riverfront Dining & Sports Bar

    4438 Airport Way
    11:00am to midnight. Great outdoor deck, fine dining indoors
  • The Lemongrass

    The Lemongrass

    388 Old Chena Pump Rd
    Best Asian food in City - from Pad Thai to BBQ Beef. Great atmosphere and food.
  • University of Alaska Museum

    University of Alaska campus
    An excellent collection of exhibits about the nature, history and cultures of Alaska; the displays on the Northern Lights are particularly trippy. 15 May-15 Sep 9AM-7PM with shorter hours during the rest of the year. $5, $3 for youths age 7 - 17, children 6 and under are free.
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  • College Coffeehouse

    3677 College Road Unit 4
    Coffee and snacks served in an environment perfectly suited for broke college students. Great for studying, chatting, or listening to the frequent musical guests. Internet access (wireless & LAN) is available, with fifteen minutes free with any purchase, and prices of $2 per fifteen minutes thereafter.
  • Cookie Jar

    1006 Cadillac Ct
    The Cookie Jar _ Where it started with a simple cookie. Where you can have a homecooked alaskan breakfast, lunch , dinner, dessert
  • Loose Moose Cafe

    3450 Airport Way
    Frozen meat is also for sale here.
  • The Marlin

    3412 College Rd
    The late-night college bar for the UAF area. Just down the hill from campus. Subterranean. Funky. Legendary. Hangover Lounge Tuesdays. Open Mic Wednesdays. Live Music Thursday-Saturday.
  • The Blue Loon

    2999 Parks Hwy
    Theatre and Club in the Gold Hill area. Hosts several outdoor live events in the summer. Bar and grill.
  • Alaskaland Salmon Bake

    2300 Airport Way
    Alaskaland is the mother of all cheesy tourist stops and is heavily trafficked by tour buses filled with foreigners and senior citizens, but for the hungry budget traveler the salmon bake probably provides the best value in Fairbanks. This all-you-can-eat smorgasbord of grilled salmon, halibut, ribs, lemonade, and blueberry dessert can be had for $31 per person (2008 price), which by Alaska standards is a bargain. Summer only, 5PM-9:30 PM, seven nights a week.
  • Alaska Coffee Roasting Co

    4001 Geist Rd
    Alaska Coffee Roasting Co is a small coffee shop, offering a small variety of food items as well. Is frequented by locals, college kids, and tourists alike. Alaska Coffee Roasting Co roasts their own coffee and offers specialties such as wood oven baked pizza.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Fairbanks uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.