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  1. It’s Gift Expo Weekend!

      Mark your calendars for November 24, 25 and 26 for the 35th annual Public Market. Open from 12 p.m. – 7 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, you can snag a three-day admission to Centennial Hall for just $7 (free for children ages 11 and younger). There’s…

  2. First Fridays in Juneau

      Open year-round, First Fridays is a monthly event showcasing the local galleries and talent of nearby artists. The free community event is a critical part of Juneau’s thriving arts scene and allows local organizations, businesses and independent artists the opportunity to gather and celebrate creativity. Oftentimes, new gallery installations are featured and you’ll find…

  3. Asian Cuisine in Juneau

      Most people don’t think Asian cuisine when checking out restaurants in Alaska—but overlooking the rich diversity of the restaurant options is a mistake. Juneau is home to a variety of Asian restaurants, like Chan’s Thai Kitchen. Try the Shrimp in a Blanket (wrapped in an eggroll), Tom Jeud Woon Sea featuring chicken and long…

  4. Adventure Flow in Juneau

      One of Juneau’s top rated tourism companies, Adventure Flow, has boundless adventures for your autumn getaway. Popular packages include the historical and photography walk (ranked easy), the moderate adventure hike, adventure sailing, private tours, and you can always customize your adventure to see, do and experience what interests you the most. Visit the glaciers,…

  5. Alaska State Museum

      One of just two Alaskan State Museums, the Juneau museum hosts a variety of traveling exhibits including Decolonizing Alaska (through October 13) with 30 artists featured. Topics include resilience, cultural survival and adaptation from major forces in Alaska such as climate change and colonization. Don’t miss the Grand Visions of the Great Land: Historic…

  6. Mount Roberts Tramway

      It’s your last chance to hop on board the only tramway in southeast Alaska for 2017! Mount Roberts Tramway only operates May – September, and it boasts the title of being the only aerial tramway in this part of Alaska. Cars are lifted 1,800 feet in the air, whisked from the cruise ship dock…

  7. Eaglecrest in the Summer

      Many know Eaglecrest Ski Resort as the ultimate winter destination, but visiting in summer has its fair share of perks. From biking to hiking and summer projects galore, visitors don’t want to miss the amazing views and trails only accessible at Eaglecrest in the summer months. In the off-season, mountain bikers take on the…

  8. Nugget Falls

      August is the perfect time to visit nearby Nugget Falls, also known as Mendenhall Glacier Falls, a downstream fall off the Nugget Glacier. With a 377-foot drop and two stunning tiers, one that is only 99 feet and the other falling 278 feet, the water pours onto a Mendenhall Lake sandbar. The freshwater pool…

  9. Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure

      Ready for the most exciting summer of your life? A popular venue for weddings, corporate events and family outings, Glacier Gardens is 50 sprawling acres adjacent to Juneau and features Alaska’s wildest rainforest garden. Guided by knowledgeable docents, the botanical gardens are where you’ll find truly unique flower towers nestled within the Tongass National…

  10. A Juneau Fourth

      Nothing compares to Fourth of July in Juneau, where the fireworks go head to head with some of the most famous skies and vistas in the world. On July 3, a fireworks display in nearby Gastineau kicks off the long weekend, leading up to a full day of celebration and patriotism on the Fourth….

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