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The State Capitol Building

5th avenue, Juneau, AK
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Juneau, this city is bigger than a state (Delaware). We walked around the city and stop by the capitol Building! Check in the spot! It's good for our daughter to visit her 3rd state building :) It's not as grand as California's state capital building...More

Thank Amy Wenyu Y
Reviewed 5 days ago

I wasn't sure what to expect but the hour we spent in the State Capital building was a good experience. There is a printed tour guide available at the front desk. You are allowed to visit 3 floors on which you'll see art depicting Alaska...More

Thank Mary B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Small Capitol, easy to access from downtown for a self guided tour, when not in session. Enjoyed Alaskan art work and historical exhibits on every floor.

Thank L B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I love visiting State Capitols so I jumped on the chance to visit this one when we were in Juneau for a few hours. I was happy to hear it just re-opened after a multi year renovation! Very casual place to visit - you walk...More

Thank Ryjones
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is an easy walk around Juneau to find the interesting sites like the State Capitol and the Governor's Mansion. They aren't anything spectacular compared to many state capitols that we have visited, but still nice to show kids some history of a state.

Thank Lanamamaomaha
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The architecture is beautiful, but like many other capitol buildings I have seen across the U.S. The staff here were very friendly and accommodating. Although this is not my kind of tour, we came as a small group and enjoyed ourselves. My friends who are...More

Thank raineenyte
Reviewed 27 April 2017

The Boss & I went by the place when you were up there on a cruise. From what little we could see of it. It seem to be interesting looking site. So instead we wandered around the small town of Juneau, AK. To tell you...More

Thank David L
Reviewed 20 November 2016

Like to take in the capitols when we're passing through different states. Really thought with all the money that Alaska has their state capitol building would be better than it was.

Thank Ronald G
Reviewed 2 November 2016

We were just walking around town and came across this building. It was completely under scaffolding and they were replacing the facade. We didn't go in, but stood outside and watched them work on it. It will be very nice once they it get it...More

Thank rsloustalet
Reviewed 19 October 2016

When our cruise ship docked in Juneau, one of the things we wanted to see was the state capitol building. Juneau has a beautiful scenic setting. We walked from the dock. It was somewhat hilly but we were able to walk leisurely and observe the...More

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