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The Misty Fjords National Monument encompasses 3,594 square miles (5,783 square kilometers) of wilderness and lies between two impressive fjords - Behm ... Read more
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If you’re sailing north by cruise ship, Ketchikan Cruise Port will be your first port of call on the Alaska Marine Highway. The former salmon fishery town ... Read more
In pioneering days every red-blooded gold-rush town had a red-light district, and during Ketchikan’s frontier past it was Creek Street. This historic bordello ... Read more
Alaska’s emblems, the salmon and the eagle, are the stars of the show at the Deer Mountain Tribal Hatchery & Eagle Center. Where else can you see bald eagles ... Read more
At the height of the gold rush, Ketchikan’s red-light area on Creek Street had around 30 bordellos. Dolly’s House tells the story of those rough and ready ... Read more
Saxman Native Village celebrates all things Alaskan and Tlingit, and that means totem poles, folklore and dance, lumberjack exploits and woodcarvers. The ... Read more
The Southeast Alaska Discovery Center provides visitors to Ketchikan with all the information they’re likely to need to make the most of their trip to Alaska. ... Read more
The history, art and culture of Ketchikan and Southeast Alaska are preserved and promoted by the Tongass Historical Museum in Ketchikan. The museum’s program ... Read more
Historic totem poles from the 19th century are preserved and exhibited at Ketchikan’s Totem Heritage Center. The tall totems were collected from abandoned ... Read more
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