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We visited Earthquake Park after an Alaskan cruise. We had several hours in Anchorage before our flight and this was one of the places we wanted to see. There was a major earthquake in 1964 and at this park you can see where the landscape...More
You don't really grasp how devastating the 1964 earthquake was until you see how dramatically the land dropped off. A walk through this park really gives you a feel for how powerful a force was unleashed upon Anchorage.
The displays tell the amazing story of the earthquake, but your own eyes can observe the landscape and see how it was changed in an instant. Now, the park is right on the water with bikers, runners...and bears, in our case. A very pretty place...More
Nice paved trail (accessible) with signs along the walk, at the end is an interesting display about the huge 1964 earthquake and tsunami that followed. Imagine a 40 ft wave that's covered in oil and on FIRE! swooshing into town.
Good place to visit. Self-guided tour explaining the earthquake that took place. It shows it's affect on surrounding areas including Seward. It is a short, 5 minute walk to the view the informational markers. You can actually view how far the ground shifted. It is...More