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In May 2015, Sealaska Heritage Institute opened the Walter Soboleff Building—our Box of Knowledge. This cultural and research center is dedicated to the sharing and study of the ancient Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian cultures of Southeast Alaska. It...more
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We visited the Sealaska Heritage museum today after a half hour presentation by an Alaska Native on the Oosterdam Holland
America cruise ship docked in Juneau Alaska.
What a amazing presentation and then to visit heritage center.
Recommend it nightly to anyone visiting Juneau.
Very helpful guide, John, welcomed us to the museum . It’s nor large but this is reflected in the price of 5usd each. There is the story of South east Alaska’s cultures with interactive screens. We walked through the authentic clan house with its 12...More
We were greeted by a friendly host, a charming retired fellow who told us he was part Haida, part Tlingit. The exhibits were wonderful. We were especially impressed with an exhibit of the work of Nathan Jackson, a multi-talented champion of indigenous cultures. There was...More
We were told that this was one of the places to visit in Juneau as it told you a lot about the First Nation people like the Tlingits. Yes it is small but very interesting. The man at the front door was very informative. One...More
One of the better museums we have visited in Alaska. Great location with expansive information on SE Alaskan Native history. Inexpensive entrance fee. Definitely worth the few bucks we paid.
Nice gift shop with local artisans handmade crafts.