The Totem Heritage Center is a museum operated by the City of Ketchikan in the U.S. state of Alaska.
The Heritage Center houses one of the world's largest collections of unrestored 19th century totem poles. The poles were recovered from uninhabited Tlingit settlements on Village Island and Tongass Island, south of Ketchikan, as well as from the Haida village of Old Kasaan. The Center was founded in 1976 to preserve these totems and act as a cultural center. Sixteen of the museum's thirty-three totem poles are on permanent display, although the rest of the collection is available for research purposes.
The Center also exhibits other Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian artifacts and art pieces, including work by world-famous Tlingit carver Nathan Jackson, and renowned Haida weaver Delores Churchill.
Official Website http://www.ktn-ak.us/totem-heritage-center
City of Ketchikan http://www.ktn-ak.us/totem-heritage-center
Phone +1 907 225 5900
Address Deermount Street 601
Coordinates 55°20'33.293" N -131°38'2.707" E