Ketchikan Museums collect, preserve, interpret and creatively share the history and culture of our region to serve, educate, engage and enrich our community. We invite you to visit!
$6 - Adults
$5 - Elders (65 and older)
Free - Locals and their guests, kids (17 and under) and military (active, retired)
$9 - Museum pass for both museums
October – April: 1 – 5:00 p.m. Tuesday – Saturday
May – September: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Daily
Please note that we are transitioning to a new website.
Questions? Staff can be reached Monday through Saturday, 8:00 am - 5:00 p.m. at 907-225-5600.
The Tongass Historical Museum and Totem Heritage Center are on the ancestral lands of the Tlingit, who have been living here since time immemorial. Kichxháan (Ketchikan) was a Tlingit summer fish camp around the mouth of Kichxháan Héeni (Ketchikan Creek). Ketchikan remains the home of the Taant’a Khwáan (Sea Lion Tribe) of the Tongass Tlingit.
Tongass Historical Museum
629 Dock Street
Totem Heritage Center