Points of Interest
- Arts & Culture
Be sure to read the Special Notes further down this page for important requirements and restriction.
Your journey through the rich history and culture of the original inhabitants of Glacier Bay begins as you drive through the largest Tlingit settlement in Alaska. Your knowledgeable guide will describe how the Hoonah Village came to be when the Huna Tlingit were forced from their ancestral lands in Glacier Bay by advancing glaciers. With photo-stop opportunities throughout the tour, this truly is a wonderful glimpse into the past. Then, head to the Native Heritage Center Theater for a lively performance by the Huna Tlingit, who proudly share their history with you through interpretive song, dance and storytelling. Dressed in colorful regalia, their performance will illustrate the ancient significance of many clans, the story of how a mighty glacier forced the Tlingit from their traditional homeland, and of how Raven created the world.
Special Notes:The content of this tour is identical to PS2-110. Only guests using a wheelchair can book this tour. Bookings not marked with an accessibility requirement will be removed from the tour's inventory.
This tour can accommodate mobility devices with not exceeding 58 inches in length and 36 inches in width and with a combined weight not to exceed 600 lbs. Passengers with disabilities must contact the onboard Tour Office at least 48 hours prior to the excursion to ensure arrangements can be made to meet their particular needs. Please be sure to read the "Accessible Cruising" information on the home page of Princess.com.
This excursion is conducted in an open-air tram; please wear warm clothing. Photographing and videotaping the performances are strictly prohibited; however, performers are available for photos directly after the show.
Unaccompanied Minor Policy: Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.