Ksan Historical Village and Museum, New Hazelton

(3.6/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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  • The beautifully painted longhouses and the totem poles are well worth seeing but make sure to also go on a guided tour. The guide will take you inside two of the longhouses which house an incredible a...  more »
  • On the trip after Hyder (Alaska) we saw a particularly striking star on a map of our travel guide as a marker for the exceptional attraction. Since the KSAN also offers a campground, we decided to stay here. Unfortunately village has disappointed us the Indians, there were hardly any info and only 2 buildings were accessible by 7. A restaurant and a museum/souvenir. Too bad we would have expected more, there was no feeling of Indians but rather a kind of pun. I can not say unfortunately whether it was day or seasonally, as I said there was no information or tourists (4 Pers max) PS it's an another Indian village marked in this area, maybe it's better Yes.
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  • This guided tour was a highlight of my tour of BC and the Rockies. I'm not sure it would have been quite the same without the guided tour itself. It was informative without being dull. The inside muse...  more »
  • We loved this place when we visited shortly after it opened, so it is sad to see that it has not fared well over the years. The museum is interesting, but you can't see inside any of the very interesting buildings unless you book a guided tour.
  • Visited on a rainy and gray afternoon. Didn't get to spend much time but none the less very much impressed by the beautiful artwork of the native culture.
  • We went x fare tickets ... the Indian girl explained what we would see in the Museum. Were paying when she's gone without notice. .. without cash and without explanation. Very rude ...
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  • A reconstruction. The Museum is a closet ... Could do more Indian culture is much more varied!
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  • Could do much more truly a sad place
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