Stock up for your travels around Alaska in Anchorage, where there's no sales tax. The weekend markets are packed with Alaskan-made products of all types, and you're likely to meet local artisans.

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  • 1. Anchorage Market and Festival

    Downtown | Market

    On weekends from mid-May to mid-September, the Anchorage Market and Festival opens for business in the parking lot at 3rd Avenue and E Street...Read More

  • 2. 4th Avenue Market Place

    Downtown | Art Galleries

    This drab building houses several shops selling Alaska Native art and crafts, including exquisite handwoven baskets and delicately beaded jewelry...Read More

  • 3. Alaska Fur Exchange

    Midtown | Crafts

    In a large Midtown store, Alaska Fur Exchange sells both furs and Alaska Native artwork. ...Read More

  • 4. Alaska Mountaineering & Hiking

    Spenard | Sporting Goods

    This Alaskan-owned store is the go-to specialist for any gear having to do with, yep, mountaineering or hiking. Whether you're setting out on...Read More

  • 5. Circular

    Downtown | Clothing

    Score eco-conscious dresses, weekend wear, and accessories at this forward-thinking women's clothing boutique. ...Read More

  • 6. David Green Master Furrier

    Downtown | Clothing

    Although furs may not be to everyone's taste or ethics, a number of Alaska fur companies have stores and factories in Anchorage. One of the...Read More

  • 7. Dos Manos

    Spenard | Souvenirs

    This laid-back gallery features individually screen-printed T-shirts, leather satchels, silver jewelry, and affordable wall art displayed along...Read More

  • 8. International Gallery of Contemporary Art

    Downtown | Art Galleries

    Anchorage's premier fine-arts gallery, the International Gallery of Contemporary Art has changing exhibits monthly and features some of Alaska...Read More

  • 9. Laura Wright Alaskan Parkys

    Downtown | Crafts

    Started in 1947 in Fairbanks by Laura Wright, this family business is now owned by Wright's granddaughter, Sheila Ezelle. The store sells distinctive...Read More

  • 10. Mountain View Sports Fly Shop

    Midtown | Sporting Goods

    If you're looking for brand names like Abel, Simms, Filson, Patagonia, and Mountain Hardwear, this locally owned store is your place. It is...Read More

  • 11. Oomingmak

    Downtown | Crafts

    The Alaska Native–owned cooperative Oomingmak sells items made of qiviut, the ubersoft and warm undercoat of musk ox, from inside one of the...Read More

  • 12. REI

    Spenard | Sporting Goods

    If you get to Alaska and discover you've left some critical camping or outdoor recreation gear behind, REI rents camping, skiing, and paddling...Read More

  • 13. Title Wave Books

    Spenard | Books/Stationery

    Easily the largest independent bookstore in Alaska, Title Wave Books fills a 24,000-square-foot space in the Northern Lights Center. The shelves...Read More

  • 14. Modern Dwellers Chocolate Lounge

    Midtown | Food/Candy

    Chocolate junkies can get their fix at the fun-loving Modern Dwellers Chocolate Lounge. Decadent traditional truffles like hazelnut are available...Read More

  • 15. Artique, Ltd.

    Downtown | Art Galleries

    One of Alaska's oldest galleries (if not the oldest), Artique sells work such as paintings, pottery, and jewelry by prominent Alaskan artists...Read More

  • 16. Metro Music & Book Store

    Spenard | Music

    You'll find a well-thought-out inventory of fiction and nonfiction at Metro Music & Book Store, but the main draw is the impressive collection...Read More

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