What a unique way to learn about the Alaskan people and their culture. I enjoyed the stories and viewing the Totem Poles
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June 19th I was at Totem Bight and it was awesome. The guide was awesome. The eagles were all over the park interrupting the guide and playing games. The Clan house is amazing 4- to 50 people living together!
This state park is a ways out from Ketchikan but most definitely worth the trip. The totem poles and the clan house on display provide visitors with a taste of the culture and lifestyle of native Alaskans in the Ketchikan area. While there are information...More
We visited via the city bus, which was quick, easy and affordable. The bus schedule gives you 20 minutes or 1:20 at the park -- go for the leisurely schedule. The small visitor center is fun to look through and had hot beverages available for...More
We were on a private van tour with Ketchikan Taxi when we drove out to Totem Bight State Historical Park. There's nothing that prepares you for seeing so many totem poles in a natural setting like the park. The poles are huge! I wanted to...More
The quieter place to see some amazing totems! We got off our cruise ship at 730 AM, and headed to the park in a cab. As the park is open 24-hours a day, I had already printed off a map of the park along with...More
This park has about 20 totem poles, a shed with about as many antique cars, and a clan house. There is no real information provided (e.g. no signs). Our driver said that the poles all are 1970 or later. A much better site of poles...More