Attractions

Alaska State Museum - Features exhibits on Alaska's Native cultures, history, art and natural history, including a replica Tlingit Clan House and bald eagle nesting tree.

Goldbelt Mount Roberts Tramway Experience one of the most expansive and beautiful views offered in all Alaska, from the Chilkat Mountains to the north, down the Gastineau Channel to the lands and waterways of the south, west to Douglas Island, and east into Silver Bow Basin where gold was discovered near the head of Gold Creek in 1880. To request a brochure or for more information call 1-888-461-TRAM

Local Trails - A website devoted to information about Southeast Alaska and Juneau trails.

Macauley Salmon Hatchery - See spectacular Salmon sights and learn first hand about Alaska's Salmon. Watch wild Pacific Salmon fight their way up a 450 foot fish ladder. See one of Alaska's largest aquarium displays featuring over 100 local species. Guided tours daily (seasonal)

Mendenhall Glacier Visitors Center - At the US Forest Service Visitor Center, learn about glaciers, wildlife and hiking. $3.00 entrance fee for 16 and over. May - Sept., open 8am to 7:30pm daily.

Shrine of St Therese - The Shrine of St. Therese - Diocese of Juneau, Alaska is a special place of refuge and retreat. This site, dedicated to St. Therese of Lisieux, has been in existence for over 60 years. Built on a foundation of love, it continues to invite people of all ages, from all over the world, regardless of their religious affiliation.