Tongass Historical Museum collects, preserves, and
interprets material and information pertaining to
the history, art, and culture of Ketchikan and Southeast
Alaska. The Museum features permanent and temporary
exhibits based on its own collections and community
participation, as well as hosting traveling exhibitions
from other institutions. Public programs, special
events, workshops, and educational programs that
relate to Ketchikan area history are also offered.
The Museum’s extensive historical archive
and photograph collections are available for research.