Juneau Tours & Attractions | Things To Do In Juneau
Smart travelers use the Alaska TourSaver® book to get two-for-one discounts on Juneau’s top attractions and activities. This includes flightseeing, ziplines, kayak trips…and more. Once you order and receive the book (or download the Inside Passage APP or download the Juneau APP ) you’ll find clear instructions on how to redeem your coupons and make your reservations. Scroll down the page for a complete list of buy-one-get-one tours and attractions in Juneau, included when you purchase the Alaska TourSaver®.
Whale Watching: Alaska Galore Tours
Watch for humpback whales, sea lions, bald eagles, porpoise and more on this scenic cruise from Auke Bay, just north of Juneau.
With experienced captains that know these waters well, Alaska Whale watching has had a 100% viewing success rating since the start of their business nine years ago! So, when you travel to Juneau, get the personalized, custom trip that you deserve.
Watch whales with Alaska Galore Tours! On many trips, you will see: Humpback Whales, Stellar Sea Lions, Dall’s Porpoise, Harbor Seals, Killer Whales, Bald Eagles, and an assortment of shorebirds.
Juneau Highlights: Alaska Galore Tours
Embark on a journey off the beaten path past the State Capitol Building, Russian Orthodox Church, and Governor’s House.
Check out the brand new, state-of-the-art Alaska State Museum! Enjoy a 20-minute stop at the Macaulay Hatchery.
Enjoy the fantastic aquarium and fish ladders in action. Next, Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure, an Alaskan botanical gardens
Each guest is given a voucher for 3 rockfish tacos — your choice of blackened or beer battered.
The unique Alaskan botanical gardens feature the one-of-a-kind Flower Towers and are set within the mighty Tongass National Forest. Your fully guided tour provides you with an in-depth understanding of the temperate rainforest’s fascinating ecosystem and diverse plant and animal life. Accessible covered vehicles transport you to stunning panoramic views of Juneau, Alaska, in a botanical garden setting unlike anything you ever expected to find in the Last Frontier.
Your guides will progressively ease you into the forest canopy along ten zip lines. Cross two aerial suspension bridges, with breathtaking views of spectacular Bullion Creek, and enjoy unique views of Juneau from the treetops. Discover hidden ruins of the historic Treadwell Mine (1881-1917), once one of the world’s largest gold mines, and zip over a 180-foot deep “glory hole”.