Juneau, the Inside Passage, and Southeast Alaska

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  • 1. 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

  • 2. 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

  • 3. 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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  • 4. 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

  • 5. 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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  • 6. 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

  • 7. 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

  • 8. 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

  • 9. 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

  • 10. 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

  • 11. 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

  • 12. 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

  • 13. 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

  • 14. Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure


    One of the upsides to living in a rain forest is the lush proliferation of plants and trees. At Glacier Gardens, they've turned local flora...Read More

  • 15. Golden North Hotel


    Built during the 1898 gold rush, the Golden North Hotel was—until closing in 2002—Alaska's oldest hotel. Despite the closure, the building has...Read More

  • 16. Governor's Mansion


    This stately colonial-style home completed in 1912 overlooks downtown Juneau. With 14,400 square feet, 6 bedrooms, and 10 bathrooms, it's no...Read More

  • 17. Juneau-Douglas City Museum


    Exhibits at this city-run museum interpret pioneer, mining, and Tlingit history. A diorama of a fire assay lab shows how the Bureau of Mines...Read More

  • 18. Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park Museum


    Housed in the former White Pass and Yukon Route Depot, this wonderful museum contains exhibits, photos, and artifacts from the White Pass and...Read More

  • 19. Last Chance Mining Museum


    A 1½-mile hike or taxi ride behind town, this small museum is housed in the former compressor building of Juneau's historic AJ Gold Mine. The...Read More

  • 20. Moore Cabin

    Building/Architectural Site

    Built in 1887 by Captain William Moore and his son Ben Moore, the tiny cabin was the first structure built in Skagway. An early homesteader...Read More

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