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Historic Walking Tours

May 2017

3rd and Seward Streets, Juneau, 1890. Donated by the Juneau Volunteer Firefighters Association. JDCM 2009.19.007. Pair of Insulated Rubber Mountaineering Boots, 1962. Donated by the Juneau Icefield Research Project. JDCM 2003.39.011A-B.

Our seasonal Historic Downtown Walking Tours are great for locals and visitors alike to learn about the history and the changing landscape of downtown Juneau, and hear tales of prominent Alaskan figures and Juneau families from local guides. Tours run every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday until September 21st, and they include admission to the City Museum, a 20% discount in the Museum's gift shop, and tea time at Alaska's Capital Inn. Walks take place rain or shine, and involve moderate activity, including stairs and inclines. The cost is $25 for adults and $20 for ages 12 & under. Reservations are recommended. More information about the tours and tickets can be obtained at, at the Museum, or at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center (JACC).

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