Things to Do in Juneau

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Things to Do in Juneau

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  • sweetpeasue
    Morgan City, LA499 contributions
    We stopped that Juneau on our cruise and wanted something inexpensive and beautiful to do. We took a bus ($45 ea) to the glacier and walked the path to the falls and glacier (free). It’s was absolutely breathtaking and left us speechless at times. I would highly recommend this venture.
    Written September 21, 2022
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  • Cinthelou
    Ventura, CA10 contributions
    Beautiful fjord and glacier
    Saw otters, seals, bald eagles. Water was smooth as glass. Also lucky enough to see a large piece of the glacier calve off. It was fabulous. We were also lucky to have a beautiful fog and rain free day
    Written September 25, 2022
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  • Chris L
    Niles, MI751 contributions
    The trail to the falls is longer than the one to Mendenhall Glacier, but definitely worth the effort. Once at the falls, you have a large area to view it and enjoy its beauty up close.
    Written September 16, 2022
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  • Jonathan J
    Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States69 contributions
    This attraction provides exceptional views of a beautiful glacier as well as the opportunity to take a short hike to the base of a fantastic waterfall. There are 2 main hiking trails, one of which is .3 miles to a perfect place to take great pictures of the glacier, and one which is 1.2 miles that leads to the waterfall. There is also a visitors center on site with a video about the glaciers history and several exhibits about the area.
    Written September 28, 2022
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  • Tyler R
    Boston, MA2 contributions
    1 hour and 40 minutes from cruise ship to mountain top tram. Some steep steps, and pretty muddy. Come prepared with comfortable hiking clothes—you’ll get sweaty. Some nice views and a good alternative to the cost of a round trip tram ride (~$35). $15 one way down on the tram, but can be substituted for $15 shop and/or restaurant purchase. They didn’t check our tram tickets/receipts though. A good active activity after lounging around the ship!
    Written September 22, 2022
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  • Grahame R
    10 contributions
    The view is excellent and the facilities at the top are top drawer. The price for basically an hour experience is high imho, but still glad we did it.
    The presentation and film were good.
    Written September 22, 2022
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  • Susan A.
    Bend, OR14 contributions
    Not being religious at all it is still worth the stop. Seeing the church, gardens, ocean and what I liked best the labyrinth is worth the stop.
    Written September 16, 2022
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  • Anson3000
    74 contributions
    Permanent exhibit on Alaskan history was excellent— well laid out and well documented. Fascinating exhibits throughout history. Special exhibit Mug-up was fascinating.
    Written September 24, 2022
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  • Marsamifw
    Texarkana, TX28 contributions
    It was very interesting the history of the grounds and the people who created it. But the upside down trees with the gardens planted on top or a marvel and search ingenuity and creativity! Taking the ride up the mountain was exciting and history and identifications all along the way our tour guide was wonderful!
    Written August 16, 2022
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  • Ocean 215
    Coopersburg, PA66 contributions
    Very interesting to learn about the cycle of Salmon. The videos and displays are very informative. The aquarium is fabulous with all the different species and there is a touch tank. Nice little gift shop and just watching the Seals outside was entertaining. Staff are very informative and eager to answer any questions
    Written September 9, 2022
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  • Guzzlin_Grandma
    La Mesa, CA47 contributions
    Had two excellent visits to the tasting room, one week apart, while visiting on a cruise ship. Aubrey was our server both times. She was so friendly and helpful. The beer was so good and the new facility is beautiful. Most of the 12 oz. pours were $4.00 and there were so many to choose from. The store section is really well stocked.

    We took the #4 bus from the Juneau Transit Center and our driver told us where to get off. It was a short walk, and well worth it. After, we took an Uber to their store downtown.

    The brewery tours are closed now but it's a great place adhering to covid-19 precautions. Highly recommend.
    Written October 5, 2021
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  • Jonathan J
    Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States69 contributions
    This was once the world's top producing gold mine. The experience includes a narrated tour presented by a 30 year industry expert who actually demonstrates how various mine machinery works. There is also a speech about the mill and its operations. Great tour and one of the best experiences in Juneau.
    Written September 28, 2022
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  • Chris L
    Niles, MI751 contributions
    An impressive small park with an almost life-sized whale that will spout periodically. The setting is nice in that you can see much of Juneau by looking one way and some of Douglas Island by looking the other. You may see float planes take off from here or Coast Guard boats patrolling. Nice boardwalk leads back into the town area.
    Written September 16, 2022
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  • Hoover67
    Ohio253 contributions
    Eagle Beach is in a beautiful spot......and yes, it has lots of eagles:-] I couldn't find much information, before booking one of their three State owned cabins so this might help others. They are all heated by kerosene stoves, which work great and you have to bring your own camping pad or mattress. The main differences between the cabins, in my opinion, is the view you get from each cabin. The Saturday Creek cabin is closest to the mouth of the river and has the best views of mountains and eagles. The Berry Patch cabin is also by the river and also has nice mountain views. but a little further away. The Martin cabin is in the woods away from the river so it has no views....except trees :-] The Saturday Creek and Berry Patch cabins will have people walking by a lot and the Martin cabin is more private.
    Written September 24, 2022
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  • Ron S
    Fort Collins, CO144 contributions
    I always visit this distillery when I am in Juneau, Alaska. Why ? Because they have the best Gin and Tonics ever ! Besides distilling their own Gin with Alaskan grown ingredients they do the same for their tonic water. The people their are awesome. I want to give a shout out to Rachel who not only is knowledgeable about their product but very helpful . I had a chance to talk to her at length and learn about not only their products but also the city of Juneau. If Gin is your thing please go. You will not be disappointed.
    Written September 26, 2022
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