You can tour on your own or take a guided tour. By all means, take the guided tour. Our guide was a young woman who was well-spoken and articulate. She provide a history of fishing, cannery operations and social organization the helps you understand the difficulties and dangerous working conditions faced by early asian immigants and native populations.
After the tour of the cannery, you can stroll along the Steveston docks and see today's fishermen with their catches of salmon, tuna and amazingly sea urchins sold fresh from the boats (weekends are best for this) then have fish and chips from any of a 1/2 dozen restaurants. It makes a great day..
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