Juneau, the Inside Passage, and Southeast Alaska

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  • 1. Angerman's Sporting Goods

    This is primarily a place for locals to stock up on practical outdoor clothing and fishing gear, but Angerman's also sells souvenir T-shirts, jewelry, gifts,...

    This is primarily a place for locals to stock up on practical outdoor clothing and fishing gear, but Angerman's also sells souvenir T-shirts, jewelry, gifts, and other tourist items.

    2 Front St., Wrangell, Alaska, 99929, USA
    907-874–3640
  • 2. Annie Kaill's Gallery

    This gallery displays a mix of playful and whimsical original prints, pottery, jewelry, and other art and crafts from Alaska artists. If you're in town...

    This gallery displays a mix of playful and whimsical original prints, pottery, jewelry, and other art and crafts from Alaska artists. If you're in town on the first Friday of any month, ask the staff for a map of the First Friday Art Walk; more than a dozen downtown galleries participate in this monthly event by hosting evening exhibit openings, most of which feature the works of local artists.

    244 Front St., Juneau, Alaska, 99801, USA
    907-586–2880
  • 3. Artist Cove Gallery

    In this tiny yet inviting gallery, you'll find a selection of interesting jewelry, ceramics, artwork, and carvings hand-picked by the owner, a Czech-born artist. ...

    In this tiny yet inviting gallery, you'll find a selection of interesting jewelry, ceramics, artwork, and carvings hand-picked by the owner, a Czech-born artist. 

    241 Lincoln St., Sitka, Alaska, 99835, USA
    907-747–6990
  • 4. Brenner's Fine Clothing and Gifts

    Brenner's Fine Clothing and Gifts is another standout in the cruise port, offering an interesting and tasteful selection of women's clothing and accessories. Brenner's is...

    Brenner's Fine Clothing and Gifts is another standout in the cruise port, offering an interesting and tasteful selection of women's clothing and accessories. Brenner's is an offshoot of a shop in Sitka that's been in business for 45 years.

    108 Cannery Rd., Hoonah, Alaska, 99829, USA
    907-945–3141-Cruise Port

    Shop Details

    Rate Includes: Open only when a ship is in port
  • 5. Caribou Crossings

    Locally owned and operated, this gallery sells artworks, craft items, and other creations—from sculptures to fossilized ivory bracelets to children's books—created by Alaskans....

    Locally owned and operated, this gallery sells artworks, craft items, and other creations—from sculptures to fossilized ivory bracelets to children's books—created by Alaskans.

    497 S. Franklin St., Juneau, Alaska, 99801, USA
    877-586–5008
  • 6. Crazy Wolf Studio

    Authentic Northwest Coast art is the specialty at this crowded gallery run by local Tsimshian artist Ken Decker and his wife. Decker's work includes dance...

    Authentic Northwest Coast art is the specialty at this crowded gallery run by local Tsimshian artist Ken Decker and his wife. Decker's work includes dance paddles, drums, and bentwood boxes featuring formline ravens, eagles, bears, and salmon.

    633 Mission St., Ketchikan, Alaska, 99901, USA
    907-225–9653
  • 7. Fishbone Gifts

    If you're in downtown Hoonah, stop in to Fishbone Gifts. Right on the main road, this small, locally owned shop carries a nice selection of...

    If you're in downtown Hoonah, stop in to Fishbone Gifts. Right on the main road, this small, locally owned shop carries a nice selection of art prints, jewelry, cards, T-shirts, coffee mugs, and other Alaskan items.

    Front St., Hoonah, Alaska, 99829, USA
  • 8. Hoonah Schools Book Shop

    The bookstore at Icy Strait Point, Hoonah Schools Book Shop, is notable for its shopkeepers: they're all students from tiny Hoonah High School (the graduating...

    The bookstore at Icy Strait Point, Hoonah Schools Book Shop, is notable for its shopkeepers: they're all students from tiny Hoonah High School (the graduating class of 2013 had nine members). The students learn about running a business through their work at the store while raising money for the school activities program.

    108 Cannery Rd., Hoonah, Alaska, 99829, USA
    907-945–3141

    Shop Details

    Rate Includes: Open only when a ship is in port
  • 9. Island Artists Gallery

    A co-op of local artists, this storefront gallery sells their jewelry, pottery, fine-art prints, and other works....

    A co-op of local artists, this storefront gallery sells their jewelry, pottery, fine-art prints, and other works.

    205 Lincoln St., Sitka, Alaska, 99835, USA
    907-747–6536
  • 10. Juneau Artists Gallery

    The cooperatively run gallery, on the first floor of the old Senate Building, sells a mix of watercolors, jewelry, oil and acrylic paintings, etchings, photographs,...

    The cooperatively run gallery, on the first floor of the old Senate Building, sells a mix of watercolors, jewelry, oil and acrylic paintings, etchings, photographs, art glass, ceramics, fiber art, and pottery from more than 20 local artists.

    175 S. Franklin St., Juneau, Alaska, USA
    907-586–9891
  • 11. Kindred Post

    Kindred Post is more than the downtown area's sole post office. The local owner, a poet and artist, has transformed the space into an elegant...

    Kindred Post is more than the downtown area's sole post office. The local owner, a poet and artist, has transformed the space into an elegant gallery that features locally made jewelry, ceramics, prints, and other works of art.

    145 S. Franklin St., Juneau, Alaska, 99801, USA
    907-523–5053
  • 12. Lisa's Art Store

    If you're interested in Alaska Native artwork, don't miss this small gallery and gift shop in the cruise port, which offers a wide range of...

    If you're interested in Alaska Native artwork, don't miss this small gallery and gift shop in the cruise port, which offers a wide range of traditional and contemporary handcrafted items, from delicate dentalium shell earrings to woven red cedar baskets. This shop also stocks a line of herbal remedies called Tlingit Rx, which includes traditional salves and lotions made from cottonwood, devil's club, and other local flora.

    108 Cannery Rd., Hoonah, Alaska, 99829, USA
    907-945–3141-Cruise Port

    Shop Details

    Rate Includes: Open only when a ship is in port
  • 13. Main Street Gallery

    The gallery, a light and cheery space run by the Ketchikan Area Arts and Humanities Council, showcases established artists and rising stars. It's well worth...

    The gallery, a light and cheery space run by the Ketchikan Area Arts and Humanities Council, showcases established artists and rising stars. It's well worth a visit.

    330 Main St., Ketchikan, Alaska, 99901, USA
    907-225–2211
  • 14. Mt. Juneau Trading Post

    A Tlingit family owns this crowded shop that specializes in traditional Northwest Coast artworks, from carved silver bracelets to high-end masks. They also have a...

    A Tlingit family owns this crowded shop that specializes in traditional Northwest Coast artworks, from carved silver bracelets to high-end masks. They also have a second location across the street. 

    151 S. Franklin St., Juneau, Alaska, 99801, USA
    907-586–3426
  • 15. Northern Lights Smokeries

    Owner Thomas Cumps has made a name for himself with his hot-smoked white king, red king, and sockeye salmon, along with a local favorite, cold-smoked...

    Owner Thomas Cumps has made a name for himself with his hot-smoked white king, red king, and sockeye salmon, along with a local favorite, cold-smoked black cod. It's best to call ahead to make sure Cumps will be around before you stop by. You can take your fish with you or have it shipped.

    501 Noseeum St., Petersburg, Alaska, 99833, USA
    907-518–1616
  • 16. Old Harbor Books

    The knowledgeable staff and impressive collection of Alaska titles make a visit to Old Harbor a pleasure. The Backdoor Café ( sitkabackdoor.com), a cozy...

    The knowledgeable staff and impressive collection of Alaska titles make a visit to Old Harbor a pleasure. The Backdoor Café ( sitkabackdoor.com), a cozy politically progressive hangout behind the bookstore, serves excellent espresso and fresh-baked pastries.

    201 Lincoln St., Sitka, Alaska, 99835, USA
    907-747–8808
  • 17. Parnassus Books

    A book lover's bookstore with creaky floors and cozy quarters, Parnassus stocks many Alaskan titles....

    A book lover's bookstore with creaky floors and cozy quarters, Parnassus stocks many Alaskan titles.

    105 Stedman St., Ketchikan, Alaska, 99901, USA
    907-225–7690
  • 18. Rie Muñoz Gallery

    Rie Muñoz, one of Alaska's best-known artists, was the creator of a stylized, simple, and colorful design technique that is much copied but rarely equaled....

    Rie Muñoz, one of Alaska's best-known artists, was the creator of a stylized, simple, and colorful design technique that is much copied but rarely equaled. This gallery run by her son is located in the Mendenhall Valley, a 10-minute walk from the airport.

    2101 N. Jordan Ave., Juneau, Alaska, 99801, USA
    800-247–3151
  • 19. Scanlon Gallery

    In business since 1972, Scanlon carries the prints of well-known Alaska artists, including Byron Birdsall, John Fehringer, Barbara Lavallee, Rie Muñoz, and Jon Van Zyle....

    In business since 1972, Scanlon carries the prints of well-known Alaska artists, including Byron Birdsall, John Fehringer, Barbara Lavallee, Rie Muñoz, and Jon Van Zyle. The gallery also exhibits jewelry, glasswork, and pottery.

    318 Mission St., Ketchikan, Alaska, 99901, USA
    907-247–4730
  • 20. Sealaska Heritage Store

    On the Front Street side of the Walter Soboleff Building, Juneau's regional Alaska Native arts and cultural center, this shop and gallery sells work by...

    On the Front Street side of the Walter Soboleff Building, Juneau's regional Alaska Native arts and cultural center, this shop and gallery sells work by Northwest Coast and Alaska Native artists from Seattle to Yakutat and farther north. Here you'll find a wide range of items, from moderately priced earrings and T-shirts to high-end, one-of-a-kind art pieces.

    105 Front St., Juneau, Alaska, 99801, USA
    907-463–4844

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