Juneau City Trolley and Hatchery Tour
The Tour Route is subject to change due to the ongoing construction and seasonal availability of certain sites.
Explore historic downtown Juneau, Alaska’s Capital City, from past to present on a Classic Trolley. Your driver has stories to tell, sights to show, such as the Red Dog Saloon, our dome-less Capitol Building, the Governor’s Mansion, and the famous breaching whale statue, with optional drop-offs at Alaska’s State Museum and\or the Macaulay Salmon Hatchery – a great site to see when the fish are spawning.
The meeting place is located on the street side in front of the Mt. Roberts Tramway ticket office. Dock representatives are waiting under the aerial tramway cables, holding Juneau Tours and Juneau Whale Watch signs, and wearing bright blue hats. All docks, with the exception of the AJ dock, are within walking distance (under 10 minutes.) Check in is required prior to boarding the shuttle.
Check in with a Juneau Tours and Whale Watch dock representative in front of the Mt. Roberts Tramway, look for the Juneau Tours and Juneau Whale Watch signs, and bright blue hats. Please don’t board a bus before checking in. We often have multiple tours departing at the same time.
Questions? Call (907)523-6095.
Bus departure and return times are subject to change based on weather, unforeseen changes to cruise line schedules, or road delays. Be sure to ask your driver for exact times on the day of travel and plan accordingly.
The drop-off location is the same as the pickup location at the Mt. Roberts Tramway. Be sure to plan 5-10 minutes by foot back to your ship. AJ dock passengers must take a 5-minute shuttle back to their ship. On nice days, its a 20-minute walk.
Optionally, you may choose to exit at the Red Dog Saloon stop for a shorter walk into the Juneau shopping area.
The weather in Juneau AK is often wet (we live in a rainforest.) Bring layered clothing, a waterproof jacket, a camera and/or video camera, and comfortable shoes. Eating is not permitted at the Mendenhall Glacier Recreation Area. Keep food and flavored drinks packed tightly away. Water is permitted. Please feel free to eat on our buses.
($7 Admission for the Alaska State Museum IS NOT included but may be purchased at the door.)
Strollers and folding wheelchairs are welcome. Come a few minutes early and allow extra time for loading and unloading. There are three steps up and onto the bus. Car seats are not required or convenient. Infants may sit on your lap. Less gear to lug around the park!
The trolley has no cargo space and cannot store electric scooters or electric wheelchairs. We recommend booking excursions directly with your cruise line for any passengers requiring extra assistance. For those who can walk three steps onto the trolley, electric scooters can be stored nearby (at your own risk) and retrieved at the end of the tour.
Cancellations are accepted and full refunds issued up until 24 hours before the tour.