Juneau, the Inside Passage, and Southeast Alaska Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Juneau, the Inside Passage, and Southeast Alaska - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Cape Fox Lodge

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For the town's best harbor views and a gander at one of Southeast's most luxurious lobbies, walk to the top of steep Venetia Avenue or...

City Park

  • Park/Playground

East of the Deer Mountain Tribal Hatchery (which is currently closed to the public), this small but charming park has picnic tables,...

Creek Street

  • Commercial District

This was once Ketchikan's red-light district. During Prohibition, Creek Street was home to numerous speakeasies, and in the early 1900s...

Creek Street Footbridge

  • Bridge/Tunnel

Stand over Ketchikan Creek for good salmon viewing when the fish are running. In summer you can see impressive runs of coho, king, pink,...

Dolly's House Museum & Gift Shop

  • Museum/Gallery

Formerly owned by the inimitable Dolly Arthur, this steep-roofed home once housed Creek Street's most famous brothel. The house has been...

Grant Street Trestle

  • Building/Architectural Site

At one time virtually all of Ketchikan's walkways and streets were made from wooden trestles, but now only one of these handsome wooden...

Salmon ladder

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

Get out your camera and set it for high speed at the fish ladder, a series of pools arranged like steps that allow fish to travel upstream...

Saxman Totem Park

  • Native American Site

A 2½-mile paved walking path–bike trail parallels the road from Ketchikan to Saxman Native Village, named for a missionary who helped...

Southeast Alaska Discovery Center

  • Information Center

This impressive public lands interpretive center contains exhibits—including one on the rain forest—that focus on the resources,...

St. John's Episcopal Church

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Completed in 1904 and Ketchikan's oldest house of worship, St. John's has an interior constructed of red cedar cut in the Native-operated...

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