Alaska State Capitol, the six stories capitol building houses the Alaska Legislature and the offices of the governor of Alaska.
Alaska State Museum (Alaska's state museum is now part of SLAM, the State Library, Archives, and Museum. The new museum and archive building opened in June 2016. SLAM's mission is to document Alaska’s culture and history). Juneau-Douglas City Museum (showcases Juneau's cultural, economic, and social history, gold rush times and works by Tlingit people and the local Aak'w and T'aaku Kwaan clans)
Chapel by the Lake (Presbyterian church in Auke Bay), Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (the smallest cathedral in North America is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Juneau)
Mount Roberts Tramway is an aerial tramway connecting the base station close to the cruise ship docks with the "Sky Bridge" on Mount Roberts, 550 m above the city. At the top station of the tramway are a restaurant, a theater, a nature center, and souvenir shops.
Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure (50 acres of Southeast Alaska’s rainforest garden within the Tongass National Forest)
Mendenhall Glacier (the terminus of the outlet glacier and the Mendenhall Lake are the main attractions within the Mendenhall Glacier Recreation Area). Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness (two deep and narrow fjords, Tracy Arm and Endicott Arm), Juneau Icefield (fifth-largest ice field in the Western Hemisphere and the source of many glaciers), Taku Glacier (deepest and thickest alpine temperate glacier in the world), Eaglecrest Ski Area (public ski area on Douglas Island)
Douglas Island is a tidal island opposite Juneau separated from the city by the Gastineau Channel, connected by the Juneau-Douglas Bridge)
The page shows a city map of Juneau with expressways, main roads, and streets, zoom out to find the location of Juneau International Airport (IATA code: JNU), located eight mi (13 km) by road (via Alaska Route 7 (Egan Drive)) northwest of Downtown Juneau.
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