Juneau-Douglas City Museum at Main & 4th. Focuses on Juneau’s mining history and has some excellent displays. The museum focuses on Juneau’s history, art and culture. There are exhibits on fishing, mining, native history, lifestyle and politics.

The museum also hosts local artists and exhibits on local history and culture. There is a “Four-Story” Totem Pole, carved in 1940, located in front of the City Museum.

The Juneau-Douglas Museum is open year-round, with longer, summer hours between May and September. The Museum is closed Sunday and Monday during the winter.

Join one of the guided Walking Tours that take place daily between May-September. Call the museum to book a walking tour.

The Museum Store features art from local artists, books and trail guides, jewelry, souvenirs and postcards.

FREE Admission


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