Points of Interest & Landmarks • Geologic Formations
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- Having never been near a glacier in real life, we didn't really know quite what to expect but as we came round a bend in the road in our tour bus and it was pointed out on the left, it was an incredible site. The blue hues of the ice against the sun were stunning and we were lucky to have been there on a day when it was not raining. There is a visitor centre and walks to view points so some great photo opportunities. We went as part of an excursion from our cruise ship so had a limited amount of time. So beautiful!!Written September 17, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Religious or not, this is a beautiful and peaceful spot worth the stop. Bonus, we caught the salmon spawning in the creek!Written July 29, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Old church is open to view. Poster boards describe the history of the site. Currently a bit underfunded and slightly in disrepair.Written July 5, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Considering all the cheap tourist stores in Juneau selling made in Indonesia totem poles, it is a true delight to visit Crystal and Rico Worl’s store which sells clothing, jewelry and gifts designed by these two talented artists. They are truly beautiful.Written September 28, 2019
- The former home of James Wickersham, a judge in Juneau. The house was built in 1898 and James bought it in 1928. It is now a museumWritten May 18, 2023
- The statue set up to celebrate the first 25 years of the State of Alaska in 1984. The statue is a huge brown bearWritten May 18, 2023
- A bit of a climb to get there but the Governor’s house is worth a look at. Set amongst a number of other prime properties it has good views across the bayWritten May 22, 2023
- This bronze statue depicts William Henry Seward as he existed in life. It was fashioned to celebrate the 150 year anniversary of the Alaska Purchase. The statue is located in front of the Capitol Building. Seward is perched on a marble block. In one hand he has the deed to Alaska in the other his hat. His cape flares out about him in the wind. He is depicted as the really appeared in life - with a deformed jaw which was broken in a carriage accident and with the wounds he suffered from a would be assassin the night Abraham Lincoln was killed. There is some controversy surrounding this memorial. Seward's facilitating the purchase of Alaska for the United States was a brilliant move for our country, but at the same time, the purchase was accomplished without anyone acknowledging the rights of the North West Native American population. Still, it is a fascinating memorial even in just its artist interpretation.Written September 24, 2018
- ....but not really worth a stop. The Liberty Bell reproduction is an odd sight, if you're not expecting it, walking or driving around the streets of Juneau, but a quick look without slowing down is really all its worth. There's far too much else of real interest in town to see.Written August 21, 2019
- These sculptures line the cruise ship birth. There are ten sculptures defining how visitors and the community meet at the water’s edge. The sculptures were installed on existing bollards that were formally used to tie up cruise ships along the waterfront from Marine Park to the Mt. Robert’s Tramway building. The inspiration for Aquileans sculptural form is archetypes of the Alaskan landscape including two iconic ecological shapes, a whale fluke and an eagle’s wings in flight. Aptly titled, Aquileans is a combination of the Latin words for eagle and whale.Written May 22, 2023
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