Juneau, the Inside Passage, and Southeast Alaska

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  • 1. Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    Tidewater glaciers in Glacier Bay National Park calve icebergs into the sea with loud blasts. Humpback whales breach, spout, and slap their...Read More

  • 2. Mendenhall Glacier

    Geological Site

    Glaciers are abundant in Southeast Alaska, but only a very few are as accessible as the Mendenhall Glacier. Alaska's most-visited drive-up glacier...Read More

  • 3. Misty Fiords National Monument

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    Cliff-faced fjords (or fiords, if you follow the attraction's spelling), tall mountains, waterfalls, and islands with spectacular coastal scenery...Read More

  • 4. Mt. Roberts Tramway

    Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

    One of Southeast's most popular tourist attractions whisks you from the cruise terminal 1,800 feet up the side of Mt. Roberts. After the six...Read More

  • 5. Sitka National Historical Park


    The main building at this 113-acre park houses a small museum with fascinating historical exhibits and photos of Tlingit Native culture. Highlights...Read More

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  • 6. Alaska Indian Arts

    Native American Site

    Dedicated to the preservation and continuation of Alaska Native art, this nonprofit organization occupies what was Ft. Seward's hospital. You...Read More

  • 7. Alaska Raptor Center


    Above Indian Creek, a 20-minute walk from downtown, Alaska's only full-service avian hospital rehabilitates from 100 to 200 birds each year...Read More

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  • 8. Alaska State Capitol

    Government Building

    Completed in 1931, this unassuming building houses the governor's office and hosts state legislature meetings in winter, placing it at the epicenter...Read More

  • 9. American Bald Eagle Foundation


    The main focuses at this natural history museum are bald eagles and associated fauna of the Chilkat Preserve. Lectures, displays, videos, and...Read More

  • 10. Arctic Brotherhood Hall

    Building/Architectural Site

    The local members of the Arctic Brotherhood, a fraternal organization of Alaska and Yukon pioneers, built their hall's (now renovated) false...Read More

  • 11. Blind Slough Recreation Area

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    This recreation area includes a number of sites scattered along the Mitkof Highway from 15 to 20 miles south of Petersburg. Blind River Rapids...Read More

  • 12. Chief Shakes Island and Tribal House

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    A footbridge from the bottom of Shakes Street provides access to this small island in the center of Wrangell's protected harbor. The Tribal...Read More

  • 13. Chief Shakes's Grave Site

    Native American Site

    Buried here is Shakes V, who led the local Tlingit during the first half of the 19th century. A white picket fence surrounds the grave, and...Read More

  • 14. Chilkat State Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    This park on the Chilkat Inlet has beautiful and accessible viewing of both the Davidson and Rainbow glaciers. The Seduction Point Trail, about...Read More

  • 15. Clausen Memorial Museum


    The exhibits here explore commercial fishing and the cannery industry, the era of fish traps, the social life of Petersburg, and Tlingit culture...Read More

  • 16. Corrington's Museum of Alaskan History


    Inside a gift shop, this impressive (and free) scrimshaw museum highlights more than 40 exquisitely carved walrus tusks and other exhibits that...Read More

  • 17. Creek Street

    Historic District/Site

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

  • 18. DIPAC Macaulay Salmon Hatchery

    Fish Hatchery

    Salmon are integral to life in Southeast Alaska, and Alaskans are proud of their healthy fisheries. A visit to the hatchery is a great introduction...Read More

  • 19. Eagle's Roost Park


    Just north of the Petersburg Fisheries cannery, this small roadside park is a great place to spot eagles, especially at low tide. On a clear...Read More

  • 20. Ft. William H. Seward National Historic Landmark

    Information Center

    Stately clapboard homes stand against a mountain backdrop on the sloping parade grounds of Alaska's first U.S. Army post. As you enter you'll...Read More

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