The building's sprawling eighth-floor patio, which faces the Gastineau Channel and Douglas Island, is a popular lunch destination for state workers and assorted residents. On most Fridays at noon, concerts inside the four-story atrium feature a grand old theater pipe organ, a veteran of the silent-movie era. Also in the atrium is the historic "Old Witch" totem pole, one of the older poles on view in the city. If you're having trouble finding the building, just ask for directions to the "S.O.B."—the locals are fond of acronyms.
4th and Calhoun Sts., Juneau, Alaska, 99801, United States