Such amazing history and stories of the families and the amazing work done in the area to tell these totem stories! Beautiful!
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Nice self guided park with an easy path through the woods to a clan house and multiple totem poles. Very well done and the information in the self guide pamphlet provides as much information as the people taking the guided tours were getting.
As we arrived by cruise ship, we went straight into the visitors centre at the cruise dock for a map and guidance. We took the silver line local bus for $2 each and that dropped us right in the Totem Bight Park....perfect. Much better than...More
We came here through Sourdough Tours. Our guide explained all the totem poles, their significance and stories surrounding them. We did not go inside the hall because time did not permit. This is a nice place to take beautiful pictures and listen to the story...More
Story poles were and remain an important Cultural icon of Tlingit and Haida clans. They each tell a different story. This is the largest collection of story or Totem poles In The world. All carved by Native Alaskan artist. These were never used in religion...More
We took a tour from our ship to this site and it was amazing. Our tour guide was so enthusiastic and full of knowledge about the totem poles. He told us a story about each of the poles and we learned a lot of history...More
A nice little bit of local culture. Takes less than an hour to visit and it is very informative. a good photo op for the family.
If you take the bus, make sure to have plenty of change, and get on the correct direction. They don't give change. The park is small, well maintained, and is about 30-45 minute. Information center staff was friendly.