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Ketchikan, Alaska is a charming and picturesque town located on Revillagigedo Island. Sitting at the southernmost entrance to the famed Inside Passage, Ketchikan is known for its thriving fishing industry, Native American totem poles, and beautiful scenery. Visitors can take a stroll through the historic downtown area to admire the colorful buildings and unique shops or explore the surrounding wilderness on a guided hiking or kayaking tour. For those interested in learning about the local history and culture, the Totem Heritage Center and Saxman Native Village offer fascinating insights into the area’s rich past. 

Things to do in Ketchikan

Creek Street

Creek Street

Get insights into the town’s natural and cultural treasures at the Southeast Alaska Discovery Center, full of interactive exhibits and displays, along with a movie theater. Lighthouse lovers will want to check out the 100-year-old Guard Island Lighthouse, which you can see from the North Tongass Highway or a charter boat. Then duck into fun shops as you stroll Creek Street Boardwalk, home to the town’s red-light district until the 1950s.

Bears, Eagles

Bears, Eagles

One of the best places in Southeast Alaska to see black bears fishing for salmon is right here in Ketchikan. Take a floatplane or a van to experience this iconic natural sighting and come away with Instagram gold. Those delicious salmon also attract a large, year-round population of bald eagles (the area is sometimes called the “eagle capital of America”); here’s where to see them.

Ketchikan Totem Poles

Ketchikan Totem Poles

Admire beautiful works of art and Alaskan Native culture like this at Totem Bight State Park. Check out the world’s largest collection of 19th-century totem poles—and learn their rich history and meaning—at the Totem Heritage Center. Want to see more of these unique carvings? Head to Totem Bight State Park, located on the ocean north of town, or go just south of town to Saxman Totem Park.

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