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Creek Street was the red light district for Ketchikan and the houses are built on pilings above the creek. They are brightly painted and most are now gift shops for tourist , but Dolly's house is a museum that can be visited for $10 per...More
Got off the cruise ship and went for a walk around Ketchikan. Of course it was lightly raining, but then we were warned it nearly always rains here.
We walked along Creek St and learned it was mainly an area of brothels in years gone...More
Fun little area to visit - you can spot salmon and we saw otters in the creek.
I suggest following the creek upstream through town to the totem pole area. It was truly AMAZING how many salmon were upstream.
A very photogenic street in Ketchikan and a place that should not be missed. Just a short walk from the cruise ships and easily accessible.
This was once the red light district of Ketchikan. The old buildings have been built out on stilts along the...More
Creek Street was a walk into history. Filled with restaurants, unique shops and scenic spots the rushing river fills in the background sound. We saw so many salmon in the river. We also appreciated the quality restoration of this charming place.