Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) changes in Juneau AK do not necessarily occur on the same date every year.
In Juneau AK, DST starts on the 2nd Sunday in March and ends on the 1st Sunday in November.
Facts About Juneau, AK
Information for Travelers
Juneau is Alaska's remote capital and is located in the southwestern part of the state at the base of 1164 meter Mount Roberts.
It is a popular cruise stop, accessible only by boat or seaplane.
There is no road to Juneau.
A series of small islands protect it from the sea.
As such, it can only be reached by sea or air.
Despite its remote location, interested tourists and explorers often visit Juneau for its wide array of cultural and natural attractions.
Among the many fun things to do and reasons to visit, Mendenhall Glacier, just 12 miles northwest of the city centre, is an impressive sight and a great introduction to the icy world that surrounds this capital.
Although Juneau is home to state offices and a busy cruise ship port, it still retains the air of a gold miners colony founded in the 1880s on Gold Creek.
The mix of historic and modern attractions also includes a Russian Orthodox church (1894) and abandoned mines turned into museums.
Juneau is also a good base for exploring glacier-covered fjords such as Glacier Bay National Park and Tracy Arm; the desert of the Tongass National Forest; and other scenic beauties of the Panhandle.
Read about Juneau in Wikipedia