This gift store sits 1,800 feet above Juneau, at the top of the Goldbelt Mount Roberts Tramway. So while you peruse one of the city’s best selections of Alaska Native artwork, you can also take in some amazing views. It’s why this is the place to “shop at the top.”
Ketchikan Arts & Humanities Council (KAAHC) is the powerhouse of Ketchikan’s arts community; if there’s an arts event in Ketchikan, this organization is on it! Located at the Main Street Gallery, KAAHC produces dozens of art events annually, such as summer’s Blueberry Arts Festival and February’s famous Wearable Arts Show.
Tenakee Springs Market opened as Snyder Mercantile in 1899. Over the years it’s been a main resource for residents and travelers. Today it’s considered the best store in Southeast Alaska, carrying a little bit of everything you’ll find in a large grocery, plus top shelf whiskeys, wines and beer from all over the globe.
This cool, funky bookstore is a reader’s dream, especially if you’re looking to delve into Alaskan history. Run by the knowledgeable Dee Longenbaugh, the shop is filled with out-of-print maps and hard-to-find books, as well as lots of Alaskan literature, anthropology, and history. Recognized by the State Legislature for her “contributions to Alaska history,” More...
YFish is a family owned and operated fish processing business located in Pelican, Alaska. If you are looking for quality seafood processing and packaging give them a call. Bring your catch and they will fillet, package, freeze, box and ship your fish for you. You can also buy a variety of seafood products from caught buy local commercial fishermen.
Fresh veggies, tasty preserves and local artwork combine for a colorful display at Tenakee Spring’s Farmers Market. Fresh berries and baked goods are the perfect sweet treat, and a freshly-picked bouquet of local flowers will liven up any table, be it on a charter boat or in the room of your cabin or lodge.
Far from your average corporate bookstore, Parnassus Books feels homey, personal, and full of local spirit. The shelves house a wide variety of reading materials for the hungry book lover: fiction, non-fiction, poetry, children’s literature, IndieBound bestsellers, cookbooks, Pacific Northwest and Alaskan Native arts and culture, local history and ecology, and more.