St Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church
Built in 1893 against the backdrop of Mt Juneau, the onion-domed church is the oldest original one in Alaska. From a small gift shop...
Alaska State Capitol
Built from 1929 to 1931 as the territorial Federal Building, the capitol looks more like an overgrown high school. Stuffed inside are...
Juneau-Douglas City Museum
This museum focuses on gold with interesting mining displays and the video Juneau: City Built On Gold . If you love to hike in the...
In this classic tin-ceiling building are actually three bars. At street level is a sports pub with four giant TV screens and almost 20...
Silverbow Bagel Bakery
This downtown place bakes bagels daily, serving them au naturel, with a variety of spreads and toppings, or using them as bookends for...
224 4th St · interesting places nearby
Rainbow Foods information
Practically right next door to the dig-and-drill politicians in the state capitol is this natural-food store, a hangout for liberals and environmentalists. Along with a large selection of fresh produce and bulk goods, the store has a hot-and-cold food bar for lunch, espresso and fresh baked goods and a bulletin board with the latest cultural happenings.