Visitors' guide: 2019-2020 tours and attractions
Coronavirus (COVID-19) policy guidance for visitors
IN-PERSON SUMMER TOURS AND EVENTS ARE CURRENTLY CANCELLED.
Visit the UAF COVID-19 website to learn how UAF is responding to the COVID-19 situation, as well as the latest UAF communications, FAQs, resources and policy guidance, including the UA community restrictions policy for campus visitors.
Where do you go from here? Take a hike, or a tour or a class. You have 2,250 acres to explore on our Fairbanks campus, so there’s always something going on. So find an activity that suits you. The highlights below are a good place to start, and you’ll find lots of other events on our calendars.
It’s your life, your adventure, and it’s your university. Happy trails!
The 2,250-acre Fairbanks campus, located near the center of Alaska, offers limitless opportunities for activity and recreation. Fairbanks, Alaska's second largest city, sits on the banks of the Chena River in the heart of Alaska. Find out more...
Virtual tour and admissions virtual visits
Explore the Office of Admissions' virtual visit options, where you'll find the opportunity to connect with staff from our office, attend weekly information sessions, or take a virtual tour.
Discover millions of years of biodiversity and thousands of years of cultural traditions at one of Alaska’s premier visitor attractions. Please review safety measures prior to visiting.
Enjoy extensive displays of flowers and vegetables. Don't miss the popular children's garden boasting the largest hedge maze in Alaska. Visitors are asked to wear masks and stay 6 feet away from people outside their household. Groups should be limited to 10 people or fewer.
- Web: Georgeson Botanical Garden website
- Phone: 907-474-7222
- Hours: 8 a.m.-8 p.m., daily
Go for a hike!
UAF’s trail system is great for hiking, biking or skiing.