Downtown Geology Walking Tour June 26
- Wednesday, June 26
- $25 Adults; $20 ages 12 and under
- Tour starts at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum
Have you ever wondered how old the rocks under your feet are? Or why gold is found here? If so, this tour is for you! This tour will highlight the general geology of Downtown Juneau, and how our local geology has influenced downtown development and history. The walk is about 1.5 miles in length and will begin at the City Museum, located on the corner of 4th and Main Streets. The tour ends at the Downtown Public Library. Terrain will be downhill or flat, with no stair-climbing.
Tickets may be purchased at the City Museum or by calling 907-586-3572. The tour includes free admission to the City Museum as well as a coupon for 20% off select items in the Museum Store. Space is limited so advanced reservations with payment are recommended.
Free Alaska State Capitol Tours May 28 through September 25
The City Museum offers FREE weekly tours of the State Capitol from May through September. Led by City Museum volunteers, these tours begin at the Capitol and last one hour. Tours run Monday-Friday from 9:30am-10:30am, 11:00am-12:00pm, 1:00pm-2:00pm and 2:30pm-3:30pm. Sign-up sheets are located in the lobby of the Capitol and each tour is limited to 10 people. At this time, we are unable to offer tours every day. Please call the Museum for updated weekly schedules (586-3572).
Weekly Historic Downtown Walking Tours Begin May 14
Join an enthusiastic local guide for a walk around Juneau's original town site and learn about some of the people and events that shaped our city. The tour includes admission to the Museum (come a little early so as to spend time with the exhibits) and a visit to Alaska's Capital Inn for late-afternoon tea. Pre-registration is required. Call the Museum at 586-3572 to confirm your spot, as the group maximum is 10 participants, or purchase a ticket online.