State Library, Archives and Museum
State Office Building
The State Office Building is locally as the SOB. From the outdoor court on the 8th floor there is a spectacular view of the channel and...
On 4th Ave is the pillared Governor’s Mansion. Built and furnished in 1912 at a cost of $44,000, the mansion is not open to the public.
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...
Food Truck Fridays
Kick off your summer weekends with live music, an arts and flea market and, of course, food trucks. Held outside the JACC every Friday...
Juneau’s best breakfast. Skip the eggs and try one of their Belgian waffles, blueberry buttermilk pancakes or specialty French toasts...
395 Whittier St · interesting places nearby
State Library, Archives and Museum information
The Alaska State Museum was being demolished and rebuilt when we visited, with plans to reopen in 2016. Called SLAM (State Library, Archives and Museum), the new $140 million building will have four times the floor space as the old museum and will house a gift store, cafeteria, auditorium, classroom, reading room, museum galleries, research room, historical library, and state archives.