Wrangell, Alaska, US
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Approximately 3 Hours
Meals not included
The third-oldest city in Alaska, ruled by four nations, under three flags, Wrangell boasts a rich, unruly and diverse history that is sure to captivate you. Immerse yourself in Southeast Alaskan island culture as you get acquainted with Wrangell and its most popular attractions.
Your Alaskan Native guide will be with you each step of the way as you learn about the diverse influences that have shaped Wrangell, starting with the first inhabitants -- the Tlingit Nation. As invited guests at Chief Shakes' Tribal House, you will glimpse the Tlingit way of life and hear stories that have been passed down from generation to generation.
Uncover the story of Fort Wrangell at the Wrangell Museum, as your guide shares highlights of Wrangell's rich diverse history. Several historic sites are also viewed from the shuttle as part of the driving portion of this tour.
See the ancient petroglyphs on your visit to Petroglyph Beach and learn of their significance to the local Natives. Enjoy a petroglyph-rubbing demonstration and bring home an unusual souvenir from your exploration of Wrangell.
Please note: This is a walking and driving tour. There is considerable walking and standing at Petroglyph Beach and the Wrangell Museum. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Bring rain gear. All sites are wheelchair accessible although the shuttle cannot accommodate wheelchairs. Restrooms are available at all of the three sites. Dress warmly in layers.