Lamplugh is about 96 miles northwest of Juneau, and is often a stop on cruises going through Glacier Bay National Park. If you're wanting a more adventurous visit, go sea kayaking in Glacier Bay and make Lamplugh Glacier a stop on your route.
Lamplugh is roughly 160 feet high at the face, and about 3/4 mile wide. This tidewater glacier has advanced and receded significantly in the past century. Check out Alaska Glaciers: Then & Now to see what changes have happened to Lamplugh over time.