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Juneau, Alaska Landmarks

The landmarks listed below are located in the city of Juneau, Alaska.

Alaska Electric Light & Power

Alaska Electric Light & Power

Juneau, Alaska
Founded in 1893 by Willis Thorpe, AEL&P is one of the only privately held utilities in the state. It originally ran on local hydroelectric dams run by the mining-focused Treadwell Company.

Alaska State Capitol

Alaska State Capitol

Juneau, Alaska 99801
Originally called the Federal and Territorial Building, the building became the State Capitol when Alaska joined the Union in 1959. Attempts have been made to replace the building with a new Capitol, but a design could not be agreed upon.

Andrew P. Kashevaroff Building

Andrew P. Kashevaroff Building

Juneau, Alaska 99801
The Andrew P. Kashevaroff Building houses the Alaska State Museum, Alaska State Archives, and Alaska State Library.

House of Wickersham

House of Wickersham

Juneau, Alaska 99801
The House of Wickersham, also known as the Wickersham State Historic Site, is a historic house in the Chicken Ridge area of Juneau, Alaska.

Juneau International Airport

Juneau International Airport

Juneau, Alaska 99801
Juneau International Airport (IATA: JNU, ICAO: PAJN, FAA LID: JNU) is a city-owned, public-use airport and seaplane base located seven nautical miles (8 mi, 13 km) northwest of the central business district of Juneau, Alaska.

Juneau–Douglas Bridge

Juneau–Douglas Bridge

Juneau, Alaska
The Douglas Bridge (also colloquially known as the J. D. Bridge or simply "the bridge") is located in Juneau, Alaska. Spanning the Gastineau Channel, it connects Juneau's eastern, mainland side with the city's communities on Douglas Island to the west.

Mayor Bill Overstreet Park

Mayor Bill Overstreet Park

Juneau, Alaska
Mayor Bill Overstreet Park, also known locally as Overstreet Park (or more informally as Whale Park), is a beach and public park, located in the City of Juneau, Alaska.

Red Dog Saloon

Red Dog Saloon

Juneau, Alaska 99801
The Red Dog Saloon is a drinking establishment in Juneau, Alaska. The Red Dog has been recognized by the Alaska Legislature for its longevity as the oldest man-made tourist attraction in Juneau.

Saint Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church

Saint Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church

Juneau, Alaska 99802
The St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church in Juneau, Alaska was built in 1893. It is now under Diocese of Alaska of the Orthodox Church in America.

Sentinel Island Light

Sentinel Island Light

Juneau, Alaska
The Sentinel Island Light is at the northern entrance to the Favorite Channel, between the mainland and Lincoln and Shelter Islands. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 2, 2002.

Top 10 Most Popular Juneau Landmarks

  1. Alaska State Capitol
  2. Juneau–Douglas Bridge
  3. Alaska Electric Light & Power
  4. Mayor Bill Overstreet Park
  5. Juneau International Airport
  6. Sentinel Island Light
  7. House of Wickersham
  8. Saint Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church
  9. Andrew P. Kashevaroff Building
  10. Red Dog Saloon

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