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  1. Juneau Douglas City Museum

    Located in the Veterans Memorial Building, the Juneau Douglas City Museum was completed in 1951 and was the first significant community project initiated by the city’s residents. The Museum used to house the Juneau Memorial Library until the mid-1980s when the memorial library outgrew the area, and the Museum took up residence. The city museum’s…

  2. Thunder Mountain

    Looking over Juneau’s Mendenhall Valley, Thunder Mountain is named for avalanches that crash down the steep slopes in spring and winter. Thunder Mountain is the shortest of the five most famous mountains in Juneau (Mt Juseaun, Mt Jumbo, Mt Roberts, and Mt McGinnis), but the hike is steep and will probably take at least half…

  3. Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve

    Located 50 miles west of Juneau, this 24 million-acre National Park contains some of the most impressive tidewater glaciers worldwide. It also has experienced four major retreats and at least four massive glacial advances; it also serves as an outdoor research lab. Glacier Bay has various plants ranging from lush temperate rain forests to recovered…

  4. Alaska Folk Festival

    This festival was born on a cold winter day in 1975 when eight Juneau folk musicians decided to perform in the Alaska State Museum and proudly announced it as the First Annual Southeast Alaska Folk Festival. The audience and the musicians had a great time; it was apparent there would be more such festivals. Workshops…

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