The Kwagiuth village is adjacent to this museum and in some ways as interesting as what is inside The community's culture is alive both inside and out of the building. I had the feeling that many of the artifacts on display were not long out of use and possibly still in use at special community gatherings. The young woman who collected our $10 admission was polite but not involved in our self guided walk about. There was only one other couple there during our half hour visit. Though the presentations were interesting and had good explanations, I think $7.50 would have been a fairer value in the off season. If there are some elders or others present to explain and/or make the displays a little more live, then perhaps the $10 would be warranted.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.