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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Center which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
A photographer in blue stands behind a large camera lens; a black bear is sloshing through a wetland in the distance. Tongass National Forest.
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Southeast Alaska Discovery Center
 
Ketchikan Southeast Alaska Discovery Center

Welcome to the Southeast Alaska Discovery Center

We are located in downtown Ketchikan at 50 Main Street just a short walk from the cruise ship docks, visit our directions page for driving or walking directions.  

For more information on our education resources or setting up a field trip check out our education page.

Want to become a junior ranger in Alaska?  Then visit our kids page and learn what exciting programs await you when you visit Ketchikan.   

Fall Program Schedule 

Spring 2015 Program Schedule - New 

Our hours may be reduced but there is plenty to do at the Discovery Center on Fridays.  Join us for a movie, speaker, or maybe some live music all events are free.  Want to stay in touch let us know your e-mail or mailing address and we will send you are our current schedule.   

 





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Close up shot of three Walruses at the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge. These marine mammals are reddish brown in color with great, long, white tusks. Did You Know?
Over 30 species of marine and terrestrial mammals are present on Togiak National Wildlife Refuge. Migrating waterfowl use the coastal wetlands, while over 1,500 miles of riverine habitat provide for 5 species of Pacific salmon, rainbow and lake trout, grayling, Dolly Varden, and Arctic char.