George Johnston Museum

The George Johnston Museum is located on the Alaska Highway, 1 km west of the Nisutlin Bay Bridge. It is named after a venerated Tlingit elder, trapper, fur trader, entrepreneur and photographer. Through his photographs and colourful exhibits of traditional Tlingit regalia and artifacts you can experience the story of the Inland Tlingit. Open Mid-May to September 1st 7 days a week 9 am to 5 pm  (867) 390-2550

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