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As Alaska’s State Capital and the hub for travel to Southeast Alaska from the lower 48, Juneau is a must-stop destination. Visitors set their sights on Mendenhall Glacier, Tracy Arm Fjord, Juneau’s downtown historic district, salmon fishing, and wildlife viewing (bears, whales, and eagles– oh my!). Come see Alaska’s closest “big city” to the Lower 48.

Getting Here

Get here by plane or cruise ship or ferry. Alaska Airlines has daily flights from Seattle or Anchorage, and regional, charter, and major airlines serve Juneau International Airport, Southeast Alaska’s air transport hub. Taking a cruise ship is the most popular way to explore the Inside Passage where Juneau is a port of call for large and small cruise lines. For independent travelers, the Alaska Marine Highway ferry will get you here too.

The Heart of Southeast Alaska

Visit the capital city of Alaska, nestled among the mountains and along the sea. Juneau is a treasure to be explored. From rich Native heritage, history, art, music, shopping and dining, to heaven for outdoor enthusiasts– you’re sure to make lasting memories here. For more information on activities, accommodations, and planning your trip click the link below.

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Trickster Company

Living in traditional values in today's world

Trickster Company is an Indigenous-owned design shop founded by siblings Rico and Crystal Worl with the goal to promote innovative Indigenous design. Trickster strives to represent a prestigious lineage of Native art in fresh and energetic ways as a celebration of Northwest Coast culture as it lives today. Trickster Company

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In Bocca Al Lupo

A new take on Italian dining in Alaska.

In Bocca Al Lupo — Italian for ‘into the wolf’s mouth,’ a way to wish someone ‘good luck’ — opened in March of 2016. We feature handmade pasta and wood-fired pizzas in a warm, family-style atmosphere. House-cured meats and delicious cheeses round out a menu composed entirely of from scratch

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Resolute Boutique

For the beautiful adventurer.

Launched in 2016, Cordova Pleasants created an online shopping experience before later opening up her first brick and mortar in downtown Juneau, Alaska in 2019, with hand selected, top quality, and environmentally friendly clothing to share with busy women who would rather be exploring. With versatility and casual luxury always

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The Rookery Cafe

Best Bakes and Brunch in Juneau!

We are a coffee shop and restaurant in the heart of historic downtown Juneau. We focus on making as much of our offerings from scratch as possible. Whether it’s baking our own bread, grinding our own burger, making pickles, or curing salmon in-house, we take pride in serving fun, high-quality

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Sacred Grounds Cafe

Juneau's only indigenously authentic cafe!

Sacred Grounds is a tribally-owned coffee shop in Juneau, Alaska that offers breakfast, lunch, espresso, ready-made dinner, smoothies, and delicious pastries. Founded in 2017, Sacred Grounds Café is a social enterprise owned and operated by the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska. It was developed through

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Silverbow Inn

Your go-to hotel in historic Juneau, AK

The Silverbow Inn Hotel & Suites is an urban boutique hotel situated in the heart of downtown Juneau. Each of our hotel rooms have been thoughtfully designed to meet the needs of the modern traveler, whether you’re here on a solo adventure, have business in the area, or are vacationing

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49th Fathom Charters

Creating memorable experiences on the water

49th Fathom Charters offers premier sport fishing and whale watching tours, located in the beautiful capital city of Juneau, Alaska. We are Juneau’s only all-female captain and crew charter fishing company! No trip to Southeast Alaska would be complete without looking deeper into the natural beauty that surrounds this city,

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Alaska Coastal Seaweed

A taste of local Southeast Alaska.

Alaska Coastal Seaweed is a small family-owned business bringing the natural flavors of Southeast Alaskan waters to your pantry. With more than thirteen years of experience, owner Theresa Abbas remains committed to producing minimally processed, nutritious, and locally harvested wild Alaskan seaweed snacks and flakes. With flavors ranging from sriracha

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A little cafe with a big heart.

As Juneau’s only homemade ice cream and coffee shop, Coppa is focused on local partnership and Alaskan ingredients to grow their business. The quality of their ingredients and treats is evident from the long list of accolades Coppa has received since opening, including the People’s Choice Award in Spruce Root’s

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