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American Bald Eagle Foundation Museum - A world class facility with over 180 specimens representing 48,000 acres of the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve...all under one roof!

Last Chance Mining Museum - The museum features one of the world's largest air compressors and other industrial artifacts associated with hard rock gold mining.

Takshanuk Mountain Trail - A highly popular 4X4 adventure tour and Alaska cruise ship shore excursion.

Alaska Zipline Adventures - A zip line tour (or as some call it "canopy tour") is a unique adventure tour that involves being clipped into gear (consisting of a harness, lanyards, carabiners, and zip pulleys on heavy duty steel cables) and gliding from one tree-based platform to the next.

Southeast Alaska Discovery Center - There is an Alaska Public Lands Information Center inside the Southeast Alaska Discovery Center. Experts are available to help you learn about and plan your recreation throughout the state.

Mount Roberts Tramway - Experience everything Juneau has to offer- spectacular scenery, Native culture and artwork, nature trails, even shopping and dining- all from a mountain top! The Mount Roberts Tramway links Juneau's waterfront district to the alpine reaches of Mount Roberts- and to great views of Admiralty Island, the Glacier Bay area and the Chilkat Mountains.

Juneau-Douglas City Museum - The mission of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum is to foster among its diverse audiences an awareness of Juneau's cultural heritage, values and community memory so visitors may draw strength and perspective from the past, inspire learning, and find purpose for the future.

The Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show - Featured as one of the "Top 10 Things To See in Alaska" by the Travel Channel. Here you will see the worlds best athletes in a sport pulled straight from the heart of American History.

Perseverance Theatre - Their mission here is to be a professional theatre by, for, and about Alaskans. This mission is rooted in the values of creative opportunity, professional rigor, and regional voice.

Sitka Historical Society and Museum - Packed with displays, photographs, and artifacts from Sitka's Tlingit, Russian, and American history. This is a great first stop for travelers to orient themselves to Sitka.

Skagway Street Car Company - Offers Alaska's best city tour! Ride beautiful 1920's vehicles with costumed conductors to all points of interest.

House of Wickersham - Home of Alaska's Pioneer Judge, James Wickersham. Built in 1898 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. James Wickersham was a statesman, author, historian and scholar.

Alaska Raptor Center - The Center is the leading medical treatment center for eagles and other birds of prey in Alaska. Patients and residents of the Alaska Raptor Center include bald eagles, golden eagles, hawks, ravens, falcons, owls and other wild birds. Each year, the Center teaches more than 40,000 visitors and 14,000 schoolchildren around the nation through its Adopt-A-Raptor and classroom visits program.

Clausen Museum - Dedicated to preserving the history and telling the story of those who have lived and worked in Petersburg and the surrounding area.

Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure - Visitors can see beautiful display gardens nestled in the heart of Alaska’s rainforest. Ponds and waterfalls display Rhododendrons, Azaleas, and Japanese Maples creating a dazzling contrast to the lush green background of the rainforest.

Hammer Museum - The world's first museum dedicated to hammers. The Hammer Museum provides a view of the past through the use of man's first tool. You will find over 1500 hammers on display, ranging from ancient times to the present.

Klondike Gold Fields - Features 'A Historical Gold Mining Experience' through the relocation, restoration and preservation of an authentic gold dredge, featuring an interpretive presentation including a video, guided dredge tour & gold panning, which brings to life a part of Gold Mining Days Past.

Sheldon Jackson Museum - The museum was founded in 1888 to house an exceptional collection of Alaska Native ethnographic material, most of which had been gathered by Presbyterian missionary and General Agent of Education for Alaska, the Rev. Dr. Sheldon Jackson. In 1985, the state purchased the Sheldon Jackson Museum and now administers its collection of 6,000 objects.

Sheldon Museum and Cultural Center - Centrally located downtown, on the original Haines Mission grounds, the Sheldon Museum & Cultural Center has a picture-perfect setting overlooking Lynn Canal, a magnificent fjord. Exhibits depict the history and culture of the Tlingit Natives and the history of the pioneer in the Chilkat Valley.

White Pass & Yukon Route Scenic Railroad - Against all odds, this iron trail was born of the 1898 Klondike Gold Rush and built through some of the North's most ruggedly beautiful terrain. Today, it's a comfortable ride in refurbished train cars following the original route of the hopeful stampeders of 1898.

All Aboard Yacht Charters - Cruise the beautiful waters of Alaska's Inside Passage where you'll catch Salmon, Halibut and Crab, walk in magical rain forests, visit Sea Lion Rookeries, watch Brown Bears feeding on spawning Salmon, spend time with the graceful Humpback Whale, watch Eagles soar and glaciers calve. Experience a world few people ever see. "Alaska up close and personal."