This port was a pleasant surprise, as from the description, I didn't expect much beyond a downtown of jewelery stores, but our excursion took us to the Discovery Center, which had interesting exhibits. We then went to the Deer Mountain Tribal Hatchery and Bald Eagle Center, which had an excellent guide who walked us through the small facility, including the tanks where they handled the salmon. In contrast to the Juneau hatchery visit, we learned a great deal about salmon hatcheries and their importance. Although this was a brief stop, we found it interesting. We then visited another small facility, the Totem Heritage Center, which had several old totems we could view and take pictures of. There was a brief but informative lecture. We then went to Saxman Village, which also features totems, but these are reproductions, and so not of as much interest as those in the Totem Heritage Center.