Buy Alaska Gifts and Souvenirs from many different Alaska Gift Shops
Alaska Shopping Gifts & Souvenirs
Find unique "Made in Alaska" gifts at many of the gift shops listed below. The list of businesses range from small, excentric shops to large excting stores that carry everything you need to remember your Alaskan vacation. Be sure to visit their websites to find out more of what they have to offer.
Alaska Wild Berry Products 5225 Juneau St. The largest selection of original Alaskan souvenirs in the State. Sample the delicious wild berry jams, jellies and chocolates and take a kitchen tour to see how they are made. Take time to check out the world’s largest chocolate fall in one of the biggest gift shops in Anchorage. Shirts, DVD’s, books and so much more. Take care of all those hard to find gifts in one stop. Alaska Wild Berry also has a location downtown Anchorage in the 5th Avenue Mall. 907-562-8858
Oomingmak Musk Ox Producer’s Co-operative can be found at 604 H Street. Warmth, lightness and silky softness define Qiviut (ki-vee-ute), the under wool of the domestic musk ox. Luxurious Qiviut hand knit scarves, stoles, hats, and tunics. 907-272-9225
The Ulu Factory the Alaska ulu knife (pronounced oo-loo) has been used for centuries by Native people of the Arctic. Ulus were first shaped from slate – a stone that can often be found, in it’s natural shape, curved or tapered to a fine edge. Used to skin, fillet, sew, and eat, the ulu was and still is, their most popular cutting tool. Today, the ulu has become a familiar sight in many modern kitchens, and its uses are as varied as the people who use it. From chopping nuts to slicing cheese and meats, the unique design of the ulu increases dexterity and leverage. Our finely crafted ulu is sure to become one of your most valuable kitchen aids. Come visit us at The Ulu Factory where you’ll find the best selection of real ulu knives and bowls, made right at the factory. We also carry other Alaskan made gifts you won’t want to miss. When you’re here, take a tour and watch how the ulus are made and used. While downtown Anchorage, look for “Lolley”, The Ulu Factory trolley. She’s a free shuttle service during the summer with service to and from The Ulu Factory. A visit to The Ulu Factory is “sharp” shopping! 211 W. Ship Creek Avenue. 907-276 3119
Great Alaskan Bowl Company 4630 Old
Airport Way, 907-474-9663 or 1-800-770-4222. Visit the factory and
watch skilled craftman as they create solid wood hardwood bowls
ranging in size from 7 to 22.
Pioneer Park, Fairbanks' 44 acre, historical pioneer theme park and family recreation area, was built in 1967 as the center for Alaska's celebration of the 100th anniversary of the state's purchase from Russia. Now operated by the Fairbanks North Star Borough, the park has been renovated and the facilities improved to become one of the state's top man-made attractions.
Open all summer long, Pioneer Park offers a lengthy list of things to see and do. Perhaps the best place to begin is the visitor information center located in the log cabin just inside the Park entrance. This is also where you register for RV parking. It is for self-contained vehicles only. A fee is charged.
The Prospector, 1512 Cushman; 907-457-7372.
Known as Alaskas finest outfitter the Prospector carries complete
lines of fishing tackle, camping, footwear and clothing. They are
conveniently located downtown.
Delta Junction Shopping
Rika's Roadhouse The Valdez-to-Fairbanks trail brought travelers to the banks of the Tanana River, where they crossed by ferry. John Hajdukovich, a Yugoslavian entrepreneur, bought the land along with a fur trading post in 1909 making the Roadhouse over 100 years old.
The two-story roadhouse, built of logs became a year-round oasis for hunters, trappers, prospectors and travelers as well as local Athabascans and homesteaders. However, John had many other interests, including the responsibility of US Game Commissioner. Sitting still and running a roadhouse did not appeal to him so he simply asked guests to make themselves at home and leave some money on the table. He ran it in this way until 1918, when finally a dependable, hard-working Swede named Rika Wallen was hired to take over.
Learn more of this fascinating story by visiting the Roadhouse, refresh yourself at the Restaurant and enjoy the gift shop. Free admission to the park! Dump station available. 907-895-4201
Denali National Park Shopping
Denali Raft Adventures Gift Shop - While in Denali Check out our gift shop We have the largest selection of Christmas ornaments and Santa's as well as a fine assortment of Denali Park Souvenirs
Caribou Hotel Gift Shop has a great selection of T-shirts, local art, furs, scrimshaw, bead work, and other unique gifts.
Gold-Mine Gifts & Fine Jewelry is Alaska’s largest & most unique gift store & museum. Inside is a 1957 fuel injected Corvette, chain saw carvings, dinosaur eggs, mineral specimens and many “made in Alaska” items. Alaskan gold nugget jewelry, jade, ivory, furs, Eskimo dolls, slippers, figurines, salmon, jackets, T-shirts and sweats, hand-dipped Alaskan Ice Cream, old fashion milk shakes and sundaes. 3695 Lake Street. 907-235-1064 or 1-888-262-1064
Annie Kaill’s 244 Front St. has been a favorite destination of visitors and locals alike for over 35 years. Featuring Alaskan artwork by artists including Byron Birdsall and Jon Van Zyle. Plus handmade pottery and stoneware, beautiful glassware and stunning local jewelry! 907-586-2880
Byron Birdsall is one of Alaska’s most reknowned artists. He was born in Arizona and raised in California and first came to Alaska in 1975. A self-taught artist, Birdsall is a master of his preferred medium, watercolor. Best known for the variety and drama of his Alaskan landscapes, Birdsall’s unique ability to capture light is evident in all of his paintings.
Annie Kaills has been Juneau’s Premier Fine Art & Craft Gallery for over 35 years and Byron is one of Annie Kaill’s featured and bestselling artists. His paintings showcase brilliant landscapes, as well as uniquely Alaskan images such as puffins, eagles, and fishing boats. Annie Kaill’s is proud to represent Byron Birdsall.
Glacier Silt Soap® by Glacier Smoothie Voted best gift shop in Juneau 2010! Handcrafted patented soap made locally with glacier silt for unbelievably smooth skin. Easy walk to the “little cabin bursting with Alaskan goodness” on the waterside between Tram and Red Dog 1-888-I LOVE AK (1-888-456-8325) or 907-586-1285 .Open Mon.-Sat. 10 to 6. Free Samples!
Gourmet Alaska offers quality kitchenware and home brewing supplies, as well as Alaskan ulus, salad claws and cookbooks. 800-785-2665, 907-789-0606
Picture This Photo Mats can provide a one of a kind Alaskan Souvenir. Display your trip of a lifetime photos in a way that is truly unique. Great gifts for those you left at home. On Ferry Way between S. Franklin & Marine Way. 907-463-3700
Nugget Alaskan Outfitters has everything you need for a rainforest adventure from kids to adults, warm clothes, socks, rain gear, boots, packs, and travel gear. 800-478-6848 or 907-789-0956
Nugget Mall. Over 35 restaurants, retailers & services to serve you. On the bus route and only a 1/2 mile from the airport. Mon - Friday 10am to 9pm, Saturday 10am to 6pm and Sunday Noon to 5pm. Events Hotline 907-789-9014.
Taku Fisheries is a comprehensive facility that process their own product and smoke and package it as well. Watch the local fisherman pull up to the Taku dock and unload fresh wild Alaska seafood. Taku Smokeries has the unique opportunity to hand pick the best product for their smokehouse, which ensures the freshest product from the dock all the way to your door. They ship fresh frozen and smoked product to all fifty states. Visit the store for a free sample of our smoked salmon. 550 South Franklin Street. 1-800-582-5122
The Jewel Box Of the thousands of early prospectors who came searching for gold, most left Alaska empty handed. No chance of that here at The Jewel Box. From the most extensive selection of natural gold nuggets, to the hottest jewelry fashions, stop in and see why Juneau voted The Jewel Box as the #1 Jewelry Store! We have what you need to make your Alaskan adventure truly memorable. Trusted by Alaskans since 1954. 248 Front Street-Find us by the corner clock in Historic Downtown Juneau. 907-586-2604
Musk Ox Farm Photograph this Ice Age survivor up-close with a guided tour of this unique working farm. You will find products made from Quviut, the wool of the Musk Ox. Mile 50 on the Glenn Highway.
Musk Oxen are raised for their precious coat of qiviut, the gossamer down that grows under their shaggy outer guard hairs. Qiviut is combed from the musk oxen and spun into yarn that is, pound for pound, eight times warmer than sheep's wool. This yarn is the basis of a cottage knitting industry that uniquely complements the subsistence lifestyle of the Eskimo people. 907-745-4151
Klothes Rush Gifts 5th & Broadway. T-shirts, souvenirs & movies. A selection of high quality sportswear and equipment. 907-983-2370 or 800-664-2370
The also have the best ice cream and fudge at the Kone Kompany next door.
Mahay's Jet Boat Adventures Gift Shop After your exciting Jet Boat adventure be sure to check out our unique Alaska souvenirs available in our gift shop. 1-800-736-2210.
All Alaska Gifts & Crafts mile 1314 Alaska Highway, PO Box 386, Tok, AK 99780; 907-883-5081 fax 907 883-5082. Alaska native crafts, Entsminger bronzes, Alaskan jade & ivory, Alaska ulu's and knives, speciality jewelry, Lisbourne Eskimo dolls, Alaskan shirts. Fresh home-made fudge, internet access, fax & copy center. Ghosts of the Arctic, Sheep/Wolf display.
Burnt Paw Has a large selection of
gold and jade gifts. Native crafts, Alaskan ceramics, T-shirts and
books are also available. Husky puppies for sale and dog team equipment
Jack Wade Gold Company has been mining, designing & making fine Gold Nugget Jewelry in Alaska for more than 30 years. Visit displays of mining artifacts, old guns, early Alaska antiques & large gold nuggets. Open year round in the Snowshoe Gift Shop. 907-883-5887
Snowshoe Fine Arts and Gifts, 1314 Alaska Highway, offers a good selection of authentic Alaskan souvenirs and art. The owners are long time residents of Tok and willingly share their local knowledge of Tok and surrounding area. 907-883-4181
Alaska Passport - A souvenir booklet filled with interesting facts, trivia, and full-color photos that will help you remember and cherish your vacation. Each elegantly designed passport comes complete with 36 full-color pages, 27 photos, a heavy leather-like cover and gold foil embossing that looks like the real thing. Our novelty passports also make great gifts www.unitedpassports.com
Dawson Creek Shopping
Health Food Centre, #103 - 833 - 102nd Avenue. Natural foods, trail mixes, vitamins and informational books. Natural bug repellent. A great selection of gluten-free foods. This is a good place to stock up for the trip north. 250-782-4656
Nisutlin Trading Post has a little bit of everything. Groceries, bakery, fresh produce and dairy as well as hardware, camping gear, fishing tackle and licenses. Enjoy some soft ice cream. ATM & pay phone.
The service station has unleaded, premium, dsiesel and propane. On the Alaska Highway on the left if you are headed north. 867-390-2521
Haines Junction Shopping
Kluane RV Kampground, souvenirs, large selection of t-shirts and sweats.