The nexus of cultural life in Wrangell, the center houses the town's museum, a 200-seat combination movie theater, performance space, and convention facility, and a visitor center. Exhibits at the Wrangell Museum chronicle the region's rich history. On display here are the oldest known Tlingit house posts (dating from the late 18th century), decorative posts from Chief Shakes's clan house, petroglyphs, century-old spruce-root and cedar-bark baskets, masks, gold-rush
memorabilia, and fascinating photographs. If you're spending any time in town, don't pass this up. The Wrangell Visitor Center, staffed when the museum is open, has information about local touring options.
296 Campell Dr., Wrangell, Alaska, 99929, United States