Icy Strait Point, Alaska
Icy Strait Point is 22 miles southeast of Glacier Bay National Park and down the road from the traditional homeland of the Huna Tlingit people. Its premiere location allows for spectacular wildlife viewing as well as a unique glimpse into the history and culture of Alaska.
Native Heritage Center
Icy Strait Point's Native Heritage Center offers visitors a look at genuine Tlingit artifacts, plus fascinating ways to learn about Tlingit history and culture through exhibits and live performances.
Icy Strait Point Cannery
Once one of the world's most productive salmon canneries, today it is a visitor attraction. Its halls are now filled with shops, a museum, and a mid-1930s cannery line display that brings that past beautifully to life.
Nearby Hoonah is the largest Tlingit Indian village in Alaska where one can discover Native Alaskan culture, old growth forests and all the wildlife this area has to offer.