See Pink Floyd's The Wall in Anchorage
From 04 January 2013 To 05 April 2013Address
Anchorage Museum, 625 C St, Anchorage, AK 99501-3544
There are many reasons to want to stay in an Anchorage hotel in height of winter, mainly because guests will get to see some of the US's most spectacular scenery at the ideal time of year.
However, the Alaskan winter is sure to get cold and people may want to take a break by seeing what else is on offer.
The Anchorage Museum could be one place to go and visit, as until April 5th it is hosting Planetarium Show: Pink Floyd's The Wall, which uses high-tech gadgetry to bring one of rock's most famous albums to life.
Spectators will see next-generation computer generated imagery and eerie light shows in the full-dome sensory extravaganza.
People who are unfamiliar with the state or staying there for the first time could choose to book a night or two at the Millennium Alaskan Hotel Anchorage, as it is only four miles from the museum.
The distance between the two can be covered in ten minutes with a car, so the cold should be kept at bay.