Juneau Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Juneau; our list of the best things to see, including Rainbow Foods, Silverbow Inn, Bakery, & Catering and Alaska String Band.
  • The best place in Juneau: Rainbow Foods

    Rainbow Foods

    224 4th St
    M-F 9AM-7PM, Sa 10AM-6PM, Su noon-6PM. Natural food store in Downtown Juneau. Decent produce, awesome weekday deli, and Thursday night dinners. Prices are not so bad considering everything comes in by jet or boat.
  • Silverbow Inn, Bakery, & Catering

    Silverbow Inn, Bakery, & Catering

    120 2nd St
    Silverbow. Where bagels are baked traditionally; boiled before baked.
  • Alaska String Band

    325 Gold Street
    The Alaska String Band brings their extraordinary music and fascinating Southeast Alaska Odyssey Show to the McPheter's Hall stage in historic downtown Juneau, Alaska. This family-friendly performance artfully weaves a tapestry of atmospheric impressions giving an intimate peek into the curiosities of one of America's treasured and pristine wilderness escapes. Of particular interest are original tunes composed and sung by this ensemble which reflect the hardship of the Alaskan gold fever experience as well as a ballad, The Wreck of the Princess Sophia, which soulfully depicts the courage and tragedy of early explorers in Alaska's untouched wilderness.
    restaurants nearby
  • Mount Roberts Tramway

    490 South Franklin St.
    mrt@goldbelt.com. May-Sept: M 12PM-9PM, Tu-Th 8AM-9PM, F 9AM or 1 PM-9PM, Sa-Su 9AM-9PM. $27 adults, $13.50 children, 5 and under free. There is a tram that runs from the docks in downtown Juneau up Mount Roberts, one of the peaks overlooking the city. At the top is the Mount Roberts Nature Center which features a captive eagle (not as impressive as seeing them from a distance in the wild) and some not-too-difficult scenic hiking trails with interpretive information. The more adventurous hiker can branch off from these trails and continue upward to the summit, where snowfields can be found even in the warmth of summer. It's difficult going in places, but provides some stunning views of the channel and city far below. If you don't want to pay $27 to ride up the tram, you can also hike the whole mountain. The trailhead is on Basin Road and takes about an hour to climb up to the top of the tram. A one way tram ride down the mountain is $5 or free if you eat at the restaurant at the top and show your receipt.
    food nearby
  • Alaska State Museum

    395 Whittier Street
    Open year round: May-Sept, daily 8:30AM-5:30PM: Oct-Apr, Tu-Sa 10AM-4PM. Adults: May-Sept $5, Oct-Apr $3: children 18 and under free. One of Alaska's best exhibits covering the breadth of the State's history, native cultures, wildlife, industry, and art. Approximately a ten-minute walk from the Cruise ship Terminal.
    eat nearby
  • Alaska State Capitol

    4th Street and Main Street
    M-F 8:30AM-5PM: Sa-Su 9:30AM-4PM. Free. Completed in 1931 as the territorial Capitol, this building does not have the typical imposing architecture of a State capitol. Today this Capitol building, remodeled in 2006, houses the State Legislature, the Governor, and the Lieutenant Governor. Extensive exhibit of historic photographs in the hallways. Complimentary 30-minute tours are available from mid-May through mid-September.
    restaurants nearby
  • Saint Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church

    326 5th St.
    $2 entrance donation. Tiny ornate octagonal structure was originally built by the Tlingits in 1893. When the Russians were still in Sitka 50 years earlier, Father Ivan Veniaminov of the Russian Orthodox Church translated the Bible into Tlingit. Thus this building became southeast Alaska's oldest continuously operating church.
    food nearby
  • Red Dog Saloon

    Red Dog Saloon

    278 S Franklin St
    Winter Hours: Open Wednesday through Sunday at 11am. Best Wings in Juneau! Wings and a Pitcher of Budweiser or Bud Light $15 Daily Lunch Specials 11am - 3pm $9.95 Happy Hour Appetizers 4pm - 7pm $5.95 Martini Mania!!! Great flavored Martini's for $8
  • Tracy's King Crab Shack

    Tracy's King Crab Shack

    356 S. Franklin St
    Surprising things come in simple packages.
  • Gold Room Restaurant

    Gold Room Restaurant

    127 North Franklin St
    Westmark Hotels is a collection of full service hotels and inns throughout Alaska and the Yukon. http://www.westmarkhotels.com/
  • The Rookery Cafe

    The Rookery Cafe

    111 Seward St
    We are a coffee house bistro, serving housemade pastries, stumptown coffee, and high quality bistro dinner fare at a price you can afford.
  • Capital Cafe

    Capital Cafe

    127 North Franklin St
    Westmark Hotels is a collection of full service hotels and inns throughout Alaska and the Yukon. http://www.westmarkhotels.com/
  • Taku Glacier Lodge

    Taku Glacier Lodge

    2 Marine Way Suite 175
    Welcome to the world of Wings Airways and the Taku Glacier Lodge. Our guests become family and are always welcome to check in on us and of course you are always welcome to come back for a visit! Thank you for being a part of our long history!
  • The Grind Coffee Company LLC

    The Grind Coffee Company LLC

    100002 Glacier Hwy & 225 Front street
    The Grind Coffee Company it's not just Coffee it's a lifestyle.
  • Juneau Arts & Humanities Council

    Juneau Arts & Humanities Council

    350 Whittier St
    Built in 1959 as the National Guard Armory, this building was retired in 2004, and lay empty for several years, until the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly, under Mayor Bruce Botelho, turned the facility over to the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council to manage as the Juneau Arts & Culture Center.
  • The Hangar (On the Wharf)

    2 Marine Way
    Great place to sit at the bar and gaze at the view. It also has a good selection of food. The Halibut Taco is good as are the burgers and soups. It hosts a mixture of locals and tourists.
  • B's Bakery and Bistro

    B's Bakery and Bistro

    230 2nd Street
    The Cart with Heart
  • Hangar On The Wharf

    Hangar On The Wharf

    2 Marine Way Ste 106
    The Hangar on The Wharf, Twisted Fish Company and Pizzeria Roma are located on the waterfront in scenic Juneau, Alaska.
  • Seong's Sushi Bar & Chinese

    Seong's Sushi Bar & Chinese

    740 W 9th St
  • Sandpiper Cafe

    Sandpiper Cafe

    429 W Willoughby Ave
  • El Sombrero

    El Sombrero

    157 S Franklin St
  • Island Pub

    Island Pub

    1102 2nd St
    The Island Pub - Juneau's Only Gourmet Pizza - We offer gourmet pizzas, salads, appetizers and wraps, all made with only the freshest ingredients and hand prepared each day.
  • Pizzeria Roma

    2 Marine Way Ste 104
  • Zephyr

    200 Seward St.
    Zephyr Mediterranean restaurant, Juneau, Alaska.
  • Pel' Meni

    Pel' Meni

    2 Marine Way Merchant'S Wharf
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  • Olivias' De Mexico Authentic Mexican

    222 Seward St
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Juneau uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.