Apply for a Juneau History Grant
WHAT IS THE JUNEAU HISTORY GRANT?
The mission of the Juneau History Grant (JHG) is to support and encourage research, learning, dissemination, recording and archiving of all types of information pertaining to the human history of the City and Borough of Juneau. Funds for the JHG are managed though the Juneau Community Foundation and are administered by the City Museum and an advisory committee comprised of local community members with particular interest and/or expertise in Juneau history projects and research. The Juneau History Grant committee will read and judge proposed projects based on the criteria listed in the JHG application instructions JHG projects are typically funded at the $400-$1200 level; however the committee will consider all worthy projects within its ability to subsidize. The Juneau History Grant and the Marie Darlin Prize are collaborative programs of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum, The Friends of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum, and the Juneau Community Foundation. The annual due date for applications is October 1st.
For application instructions click HERE
Become a Member
Become a member of the Friends of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum. Your membership provides support for City Museum activities, protects City Museum collections, and promotes local history. For more information, or to renew a membership, please visit the FoJDCM website.
Free Capitol Tours June-September
The City Museum offers FREE weekly tours of the State Capitol from June 23rd through September 30th. Led by City Museum volunteers, these tours begin at the Capitol and last one hour. June tours run Wednesday-Friday at 1:30 and 3:00pm. July-September tours run Tuesday-Friday at 1:30 and 3:00pm. Sign-up sheets are located in the front lobby of the Capitol next to security. Advanced reservations not required. Please arrive 5 minutes before the tour to sign in .
The Marie Darlin Prize
Annual $5000 Prize
Submissions for the $5000 Marie Darlin Prize are due annually on April 3rd. The prize is awarded annually to an individual or collaboration whose work, through a combination of vision and shared sense of community, expresses a regional commitment to women’s rights, social history, or community advocacy.
Virtual Tours with our Robot
Drive a robot through the City Museum! You can tour the City Museum from your home computer (or other device) with the assistance of our Ipad robot. Simply call (907) 586-3572 to schedule a self-guided, or a docent-led, tour. Be sure to check us out on social media for our latest history posts and videos.
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Weekly Walking Tours of Juneau and/or State Capitol Building
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN JUNEAU WALKING TOURS Join an enthusiastic local guide for a walk around Juneau's original town site and learn about some of the people and events that shaped our city. Ticket price includes free admission to the City Museum, 20% discount on select items in the Museum Store, and tea and cookies at the Capital Inn. Reservations recommended. WHEN: May-September 12th Regular scheduled tours are offered weekly on Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday at 10:00am and start at the City Museum. Exceptions: No tours on June 19, July 4, July 24 and August 21. Special requests for a tour on a day/time not listed on our regular schedule may be arranged with at least 48 hours advance notice if a tour guide is available. More Information
PRICE: $30+tax for ages 13 & older / FREE for ages 12 & younger
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FREE TOURS OF THE INTERIOR OF THE CAPITOL BUILDING The City Museum offers FREE weekly tours of the State Capitol from June 23rd through September 30th. Led by City Museum volunteers, these tours begin at the Capitol and last one hour. WHEN: July-September 30th tours run Tuesday-Friday at 1:30 and 3:00pm. Sign-up sheets are located in the front lobby of the Capitol. Advanced reservations not required. Please arrive at the Capitol 5 minutes before the tour to sign in .