4th Avenue Market Place, Anchorage

4th Avenue Market Place, Anchorage

The 4th Avenue Marketplace is an indoor market with shopping and dining options. The marketplace also contains the Historical Veterans Museum and the Alaska Experience Theatre. Those visitors wanting to get off of their feet while still exploring the region can rent a bicycle at the 4th Avenue Marketplace as well.

Weekends at the 4th Avenue Marketplace offer a local artisan market. Arts and crafts created by local artists are in boutiques throughout the week, but weekends have even more offerings. Shoppers will find native carvings, jewelry, clothing, prints and toys. Some artists provide outdoor demonstrations during the summer months.

Boutiques and restaurants at the 4th Avenue Marketplace are open Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 6 PM. They are open on weekends from noon to 6 PM. Special events at the marketplace are advertised through the business's Facebook page. Past events have included area-wide craft fairs, pageants and talent competitions.

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4th Avenue Market Place on Map

Sight Name: 4th Avenue Market Place
Sight Location: Anchorage, USA (See walking tours in Anchorage)
Sight Type: Shopping
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