Ketchikan

The southeastern part of Alaska named as Ketchikan is identified for its rich Native American history, rich wildlife, and spectacular scenery. This city is located on the Tongass Narrows, which is a waterway connecting to an Inside Passage. One can see the sights of city’s many totem poles while learning about Tsimshian Native American culture, Haida and Tlingit culture while visiting Saxman Naïve Village, and Totem Heritage Center. You can participate in several outdoor activities like bear viewing, whale watching, along with hiking, kayaking, and fishing. Also, you can find numerous museums and galleries flourishing with arts and crafts as many local artisans showcase their work.

  • 334 Front Street Ketchikan, AK 99901
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