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Mountain range seen in Homer, Alaska.

Homer, Alaska, US

Take an Alaska cruise and explore Homer – a small city in the Kenai Peninsula. This plucky little town sells End of the Road certificates to visitors who've motored here to the furthest reach of the Kenai Peninsula. It's something worth celebrating: a drive down the world's longest street that protrudes into the ocean! But walkers, bikers and in-line skaters can also experience the thrill, thanks to a 6.5-kilometer-long (four-mile-long) paved multiuse trail.

The rich fishing grounds here attracted Native Alaskans centuries before Captain James Cook claimed the Kenai Peninsula for Britain in 1778. After some Russian tyranny—fur traders forced Native Alaskans to hunt sea-otter pelts for them—Homer got a proper start as an English-settled coal-mining town in the 1890s.

Today the area's known as the Halibut Fishing Capital of the World, and it captivates audiences around the globe as the home of the Discovery Channel's Kilcher family, made famous by Alaska: The Last Frontier. Homer's port also anchors the F/V Time Bandit, which swashbuckled into TV viewers' hearts via Deadliest Catch. Book an Alaska shore excursion and explore Homer's top attractions including the Pratt Museum andthe Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center. Take an outdoor adventure and hikeat Grewingk Glacier Lake.

Top 3: Things To Do In Homer, Alaska

1 Pratt Museum This award-winning museum host indoor and outdoor exhibits. Explore collections and learn about the history of the Kachemak Bay at the Pratt Museum.
2 Homer Spit Homer Spit is a 4.5 narrow strip surrounded by glacier mountains, beautiful beaches and small businesses.
3 Kachemak Bay State Park Take a hike Grewingk Glacier Lake trail, located within Kachmak Bay State Park.