Potlatch Park was built on the old fishing grounds of the Tlingit Natives of Southeast Alaska, just 10 miles north of the quaint Alaskan town of Ketchikan. Take an awe-inspiring trip back to the 19th century as you explore a fully recreated Native Alaskan village, including 5 tribal homes and beautifully carved totems, one of which is an impressive 42 feet high!
The Park hosts some of the finest native art in the world, but that is not all you'll find here–see the Antique Car Museum, including a 1934 Ford Coupe and 1924 Stanley Steamer, the Alaska Totem Trading Shop, and a display of extremely rare Antique Firearms.
Be sure to watch our video above for a preview of Potlatch Park, and you can
also find out more on our "About Us" page.
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