This centre is a real education about the Tongass National Park, one of the most significant in North America. It focuses particularly on human interactions with nature and how indigenous Americans lived in harmony with their environment.
Whoever conceived of the displays in the centre has done an outstanding job of executing on their vision. I’ve seen many much less sophisticated and integrated efforts in much bigger towns.
For the many people who visit Ketchikan on cruises, this centre is a great way to gain real insights into the town and its heritage.
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