Juneau-Douglas City Museum Tours

The city of Juneau shines a spotlight on its rich cultural heritage and history at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum.

Gold-mining history is particularly highlighted, providing plenty of inspiration to take one of the museum’s guided walking tours of the mines and historic old town.

Exhibits are entertaining and hands-on, inviting young visitors to push buttons, slide panels, or wear a miner’s hat.

The museum’s fish trap was unearthed on the northwest coast, and a full-scale replica reveals how the basket-style trap worked, more than 700 years ago.

Other exhibits include totem poles, historic photographs, audiovisual displays, models, Tlingit artifacts and hands-on history.


Photo courtesy of Juneau.org - Cape Fox dancer performing during the public reception for the 4 Story Totem Pole

Practical Info

The Juneau-Douglas City Museum is in downtown Juneau, right across from the State Capitol building.
Location
Address: Corner 4th Street and Main Street, Juneau AK 99801, USA
Time
Hours: Open Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm, Sat - Sun 10am - 5pm in summer; Tue - Sat 10am - 4pm in winter
Ticket
Admission: Adults: $4 in summer, free in winter
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