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  1. Commander’s Room Restaurant for Father’s Day

      Make the dad in your life a real Commander for the day at this quaint restaurant located at 13 Fort Seward Drive inside Hotel Halsingland. It’s white-tablecloth fine dining with a classic appeal. Great wines are paired with gourmet fare and impeccable service. Choose from a variety of innovative entrees, all crafted with fresh…

  2. Port Chilkoot Distillery

      Experience the real taste of Alaska at this family-owned distillery where small batches lead to artisanal spirits. First, pure water from a local lake is the foundation. All organic grains are then added, milled onsite with local herbs. The finishing touch is that Alaskan hard work and small business handcrafting. You’ll find the best…

  3. 33 Mile Roadhouse

      Small towns demand only the best from shops and restaurants, and 33 Mile Roadhouse delivers incredible homecooked goodness with gourmet twists. Famous for their burgers as well as the heli-skiing, this historical location also dishes up pies and sides that are otherworldly. It’s filled with locals, a sure sign that the food really is…

  4. Chilkoot Wilderness and Wildlife Viewing

      The nearby Chilkoot Lake State Park is a wildlife and recreational mecca. From the crystal-clear lake to the snow-covered mountains, the river flush with salmon and the incredible culture and history of the Tlingit people, it’s a tour every visitor to Haines has to take. You might spot harbor seals, brown bears and bald…

  5. What Would You Do … at the Klondike Saloon?

      Haines has a handful of bustling restaurants in the heart of downtown, but there’s something special about a classic on the outskirts of town that locals love. The Klondike Saloon and Restaurant is a bare-bones, tiny establishment that does grub right. However, you have Haines Brewery pints on tap and a selection of wines,…

  6. Visit Alaska Indian Arts

      This local non-profit organization, committed to preserving and showcasing indigenous arts and crafts, is a hub for Haines travelers. Highlighting the culture of local Northwest Coast Native tribes, the showstopper is the silkscreen prints. Created by the team of Master Carvers in Haines, each design is drawn by hand before being cut and printed…

  7. Best Coffee in Haines

      At Aspen Hotels, you’re always treated to bottomless, gourmet Arabica coffee right in your guest room and in the lobby. However, part of the fun of visiting a new city is exploring the local coffeehouses, and Haines has an abundance of spots to warm you up. Head to Mountain Market and Café for all…

  8. American Bald Eagle Foundation

      Haines is home to one of the biggest bald eagle conservation organizations in the world. Just three blocks from downtown, this two-part organization is committed to both conservation and education surrounding the national bird. You’ll find a natural history museum featuring more than 200 Southeast Alaskan specimens. The raptor center is also part of…

  9. Hop on the Haines Skagway Fast Ferry

      Whether you want to check out Skagway or simply want the experience of an Alaska Ferry, a jaunt on the “fast ferry” is a must in Haines. Each trip is only 45 minutes, but it shuttles passengers between two of the most beautiful of Alaskan towns. Service is safe, comfortable and reliable with ADA-ready…

  10. Romantic Restaurants in Haines

      Chilkat Restaurant and Bakery is where couples will find the perfect blend of savory richness and sweet desserts. Try the Tom Yum or Tom Khai Kai, both of which serves two. Featured items include deep fried halibut, the famous Alaska burger and a generous selection of curries. Special dessert items are available for this…

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