Port of Alaska gives tours to school and civic groups that are interested in learning more about the port. Tour requests should be emailed to email@example.com or call 907-343-6200.
Please help us keep tours safe, secure and interesting. Please provide the following information when scheduling your tour:
- Group size (i.e., total number of people)
- Number of adults
- Number of children
- Name of each adult and/or each child who is at least 16 years old
- Special needs or restrictions with your group
Please note: all adults and children who are older than 16 years must show a government- or school-issued photo identification to enter the port.
Port of Alaska follows Department of Homeland Security protocol. All roads and properties within the Port security zone have restricted access. All inbound traffic to the Port is controlled and subject to search — including commercial truck traffic and private vehicles. Drivers must show proper identification and demonstrate a valid purpose to gain access. Individuals having business at the Port must have a confirmed Port sponsor or contact person and phone number. Anyone not having a valid purpose to enter Port of Alaska will be denied entry.
Certain items are strictly prohibited within the Port of Alaska security zone, including: firearms, ammunition, incendiary devices, explosives, fireworks and unauthorized hazardous materials.
Please direct security related questions to Facility Security Officer Stuart Greydanus, GreydanusSB@muni.org or 907-343-6232.