The 2023 Official Fairbanks Visitors Guide is now available for free from Explore Fairbanks. The 68-page, full-color booklet provides helpful information for planning a trip to Fairbanks, Alaska, throughout the year. Prominently depicted in the vibrant new guide are Fairbanks’ three seasons – Midnight Sun, Aurora and Winter – that pave the way for year-round visitation. The annual publication illustrates features and attractions specific to life in the region as well as ways to journey to Denali National Park and Preserve, the Arctic and Interior Alaska. Additionally, the guide focuses on Fairbanks’ delightful downtown, the contemporary arts and food scene, insider tips and local outdoor hot spots.
The guide highlights activities available throughout the year in the frontier community including fishing, wildlife viewing, birdwatching, hiking, visiting museums and activities on the Chena River. Other pursuits take place during the winter months, including dog mushing, mingling with reindeer, ice sculpting, snowmobiling and skiing. The guide also features exhibitions, attractions and performances focused on inspirational Alaska Native peoples, spirited pioneers and nature-inspired artists.
The Arts, Entertainment and Events section showcases blockbuster events such as the World Eskimo-Indian Olympics, Golden Days, Midnight Sun Festival and the World Ice Art Championships. The guide also lists a wide variety of seasonal and year-round accommodations, services, restaurants, shopping and attractions.
For a free copy of the 2023 Fairbanks Visitors Guide and the companion piece, the 2022-2023 Fairbanks Winter Guide, contact Explore Fairbanks at 1-800-327-5774 or (907) 456-5774 or write to Explore Fairbanks, 101 Dunkel St, Suite 111, Fairbanks, AK 99701-4806. Order the guide or view it interactively online at explorefairbanks.com/guide.