It is a very pretty church built in the 1930s. However, I wouldn't go out of your way to get to it. We stopped by as we were on our way to Eagle Beach. Highlight of the visit was spotting whales and a sea lion.
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Located 22 miles from downtown Juneau, the Shrine of St Terese is a 46 acre peaceful place to enjoy Mother Nature whether you're Catholic or not. Admission is free. Paper maps are available or you can download their walking tour app. Beautifully landscaped short trails...More
We drove through light rain to visit via rental car from Juneau Car Rentals (thumbs up). This place is not on a Tom Tom GPS correctly, btw, it is about a mile or so further away from Juneau on the left. This place was quiet,...More
This is a beautiful place right on the water. It's landscaped with gorgeous flowers and a short walk to the quaint rock church, shrine and viewing point. Easy drive from Juneau or Auke Bay and not much to do here, but on a nice day...More
After getting off the plane, we rented our car at Juneau Car Rentals (great value), bought food for a picnic... and then we drove N up the Juneau Coastline. this was a quiet, beautiful, restful stop on our journey.
We rented a car and was able to drive here some 12 miles away from the cruise ship. Very scenic area , stone church, harbor seals and fishing boats around us. Would recommend if you have a car rental for sure.
This is another beautiful spot to visit, with so many things to see. The stations of the cross are outdoor works of art that are just amazing! They are large (5-6 feet tall?), built of stone, with carved pictures. Wear sturdy shoes, as the ground...More
While in Juneau, we checked this place out. They have beautiful grounds. The flowers were in bloom, which enhanced the beauty. We also watched a porcupine for awhile which was neat.