Top Things To Do In Juneau

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Juneau

Alaska's Capital City

Juneau is Alaska's state capital and third largest city (after Anchorage and Fairbanks) with population 35,000. Juneau is a bustling town, for Alaskan standards. As Alaska's capital and central gathering place, there are always fun activities and community-hosted events almost every day of the year. Whether you enjoy the arts, visiting a world-class museum, or spending time outdoors, you will have fun in Juneau!
 
Named after Joseph Juneau who discovered gold at Gold Creek in 1880, Juneau was first known as a mining town; today, as Alaska's seat of government, Juneau is known for its role in Alaskan legislative affairs.
 
Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast looking for your next great adventure, an aspiring photographer seeking breathtaking views and wildlife close ups, or an art collector seeking high-quality locally made Native Art, you will find it in Juneau.

Juneau Shopping
 
Several of Juneau's cruise ship docks run parallel to the prime shopping district in Juneau, making it easy to disembark and stroll along the water, window-shopping as you go.
 
As Alaska's capital city, Juneau is a year-round destination, and many of the stores you will find cater to both seasonal visitor's and year-round locals. Whether you are looking for a jewelry gift for a loved one, high-quality Native Art, or the local quilt shop, Juneau has what you're looking for.

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Juneau Activities
 
World-class nature-enthusiasts flock to Juneau each year to glacier-walk, get up close with humpback and orca whales, see bears on Admiralty Island, and to catch the fish of a lifetime!
 
While Juneau is a large city by Alaskan standards, it's still possible to get back to nature, whether on a day trip to Tracy Arm Fjord or Admiralty Island or even just a quick ride up the tram from downtown Juneau to a breathtaking view overlooking Juneau's Gastineau Channel.

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Juneau Restaurants
 
Nothing says Alaska more than "king crab legs" and if you're in the mood to try this delicacy, Juneau would be a great option. 
 
Beyond Alaska's to die for seafood, Juneau has developed a bit of it's own flavor of tasty restaurants. Boasting several award-winning chefs in town, there are many options when it comes to going out in Juneau.

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About Juneau
 
Juneau is an active city with opportunities for adrenaline junkies to history buffs. Whether you are looking to spot wildlife, sport fish, engage with the local arts community, or take a stroll downtown, you will find Juneau a great hub of excitement to begin or end any adventure!
 
Learn about Native art at the Alaska State Musuem, take part in a Juneau Arts Council First Friday event, sip locally made gin at the wildly popular Amalga Distillery, and run or hike leisurely along hundreds of miles of Juneau's outdoor trails.
 

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