What a unique way to see Alaska's "First City." This fun, 75-minute tour begins when you hop aboard your rustic trolley and travel past some of the iconic landmarks and popular attractions of this charming waterfront town. Your knowledgeable guide will entertain you with stories and tall tales of Ketchikan's boisterous history and fascinating native culture, as you wind your way through Ketchikan's downtown district. Continuing on, you'll head out of the city for a brief photo stop and guided tour of the famed totem park at Saxman Native Village. When gold and copper were discovered in the late 19th century, miners along with fishermen and frontiersmen made Creek Street one of the most popular spots in town. Infamous as a red-light district, it once boasted more than 30 brothels. As you meander along the wooden boardwalk, you'll see that it's filled today with museums, historic homes, and souvenir shops. One of the original brothels, Dolly's House, which was once owned by notorious madam Dolly Arthur, still sits on its original spot and houses a museum, which chronicles the area's colorful past. You may explore Creek Street on your own and make your way back to your ship at your leisure via foot, or the city's complimentary public shuttle. If you choose to not visit Creek Street, you may stay on board and your driver will offer you a ride back to the ship.