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  1. Alaska Zipline Adventures

      Whether it’s your first time in Juneau of your fiftieth, experience one of Alaska’s great cities in a thrilling new way. Ziplining from tree to tree is safe and a blast when you’re with the award-wining Alaska Zipline Adventures. Take Dad for Father’s Day, consider it a graduation gift, go solo while on business,…

  2. Gold Creek Salmon Bake for Father’s Day

      Treat the dad in your life to a one-of-a-kind experience at the Gold Creek Salmon Bake, hosted only during summer months. However, the name is a bit of a misnomer. The salmon is actually roasted over alder wood flames. Located on the outskirts of town, it’s part bake, part tour and gives you a…

  3. See Gastineau Channel

      Located within the Alexander Archipelago, Gastineau Channel separates Douglas from Juneau (though now, technically, the two have merged, and Douglas is no longer an island). The very first European to spot Gastineau was Joseph Whidbey in 1797. The channel is named for a British civil engineer, John Gastineau, and remains one of the most…

  4. Twisted Fish Company

      Your next meal is literally fresh off the boat at this tram-side, local hot spot specializing in fish—of course. This little gem has been a local delight since 2000 and is just a few steps from the cruise ship pier. Here, you’ll find the best in seafood where the cedar interiors and massive windows…

  5. The Rookery Cafe

      Craving some home cooked comfort food? The Rookery Cafe has you covered with an impressive lunch, dinner and Saturday brunch menu. It’s been selected as the best restaurant by Juneau Empire Readers’ Choice polls for the past two years, and as equal parts coffee shop and restaurant, you can count on the Rookery to…

  6. Tracy Arm

      Juneau is surrounded by natural beauty, and a trip to Tracy Arm is a must. The fjord was named for Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Franklin Tracy and is just 45 miles south of downtown. Also close to Petersburg and the Holkham Bay, it’s the perfect excuse for a road trip. Discover the nearby…

  7. Visit Juneau Icefield

      Situated north of Juneau and extending into British Columbia, you won’t want to miss the fifth biggest ice field in the entire Western Hemisphere. Taking up 1,500 square miles of coast range, it’s home to glaciers like Taku and Mendenhall, and it’s a favorite for winter sports. Here, you’ll find at least 40 big…

  8. Acoustic Bluegrass at Bullwinkle’s Pizza

      Starting March 4th, pizza lovers are in for a real treat at Bullwinkle’s Pizza Parlor (318 Willoughby Avenue). Join Jeremy & Nathan & Friends for live, acoustic bluegrass and jazz every Saturday. Spring sessions kick off March 4th at this family-friendly establishment, where you’ll find some of the best pizza and beer in Juneau….

  9. Shrine of St. Therese

      No trip to Juneau is complete without visiting the National Shrine of St. Therese. The ministry of the Diocese of Juneau is nestled 22 miles north of the heart of the city and is a welcoming retreat to visitors of all faiths. For more than 75 years, this shrine was created as a genuine…

  10. Juneau’s Romantic Restaurants

      Heat things up this Valentine’s Day with a reservation at one of Juneau’s most romantic restaurants. SALT is where you’ll find sleek cocktails and delicious entrees inspired by new Americana. The truffle fries mornay, country pate, duck duo and chickpea frites are all excellent choices. Don’t forget to check out the after dinner menu,…

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