AWESOME Day Trip Adventure in Ketchikan Alaska with Just Ramblin' Around and my724outdoors.com!

AWESOME Day Trip Adventure in Ketchikan Alaska with Just Ramblin’ Around and my724outdoors.com!

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Ketchikan, Alaska is our final stop on our cruise with Holland America’s Koningsdam along the inside passage. We give you a walking tour of the town of Ketchikan along the bay and up Creek St. to walk the Married Mans Trail to Dollys House. Dolly’s House is a historic attraction in Ketchikan, Alaska. It was the former residence of Dolly Arthur, a well-known and colorful figure in Ketchikan’s history. Dolly Arthur, whose real name was Thelma Copeland, was a madam who operated a brothel in the early to mid-20th century.

Today, Dolly’s House is a museum and a popular tourist attraction in Ketchikan. The house has been preserved to give visitors a glimpse into the past and a better understanding of the town’s history during the Gold Rush era. It features various artifacts, furnishings, and memorabilia from that time, providing insight into the unique history of the region. While Dolly’s House may not be suitable for all audiences due to its historical connection to the brothel, it offers a fascinating perspective on the history and culture of Ketchikan and the people who lived there during a bygone era. It’s worth a visit for those interested in learning more about the history of Alaska and the role that establishments like Dolly’s House played in the region’s development. Ketchikan is a city located in the southeastern part of the U.S. state of Alaska. It is the southeasternmost city in Alaska and is known for its picturesque location along the Inside Passage, a scenic coastal route that is popular with cruise ships and tourists.

Dollys House in Ketchikan Alaska with my724outdoors
Dollys House in Ketchikan Alaska

In 2022, Ketchikan had a population of around 8,000 residents. It’s one of the larger cities in southeastern Alaska. Ketchikan is a major tourist destination, attracting visitors primarily during the summer months when cruise ships stop at the city’s port. Visitors come to experience the city’s natural beauty, outdoor activities, Native American culture, and historic sites. The city has a rich Native American heritage, with several Native American tribes, including the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian, having historical and cultural ties to the region. You can explore their culture and art through various galleries and cultural centers. Fishing, particularly salmon fishing, is a significant part of Ketchikan’s economy. It’s often referred to as the “Salmon Capital of the World.” Visitors can enjoy fishing charters and learn about the local fishing industry. Ketchikan is home to a significant collection of totem poles. You can visit places like Saxman Native Village and Totem Bight State Historical Park to see these impressive examples of Native American art. The surrounding natural beauty offers opportunities for outdoor activities, including hiking, kayaking, wildlife viewing, and exploring the nearby Misty Fjords National Monument.

Ketchikan is known for its rainy climate, receiving a high amount of annual rainfall. This contributes to the lush, green landscapes and the thriving rainforest in the region. Ketchikan has several historical sites and museums, including the Tongass Historical Museum, Creek Street (a historic red-light district turned shopping area), and the Dolly’s House Museum, which I mentioned earlier. Ketchikan is accessible by ferry, floatplane, or cruise ship. The Ketchikan International Airport provides air travel connections to the city. Ketchikan’s unique combination of natural beauty, Native American heritage, and historical attractions make it a popular destination for travelers interested in experiencing the beauty and culture of southeastern Alaska.

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