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Dolly’s House Museum

Dolly’s House Museum

Dolly worked on Creek Street where fishermen, miners, and some more genteel characters, found entertainment and feminine companionship.

Dolly’s House Museum

Location:  #24 Creek St.
Phone: 907-225-6329

Found along the famous Creek Street Boardwalk, Dolly’s House is filled with antiques, old photographs, secret caches, and a video history of Creek Street’s most famous madam, Dolly Arthur. Come relive that exciting era of the 1900’s to the 1950’s. Admission $5.00.

No. 24 Creek Street, Ketchikan, was the residence of Dolly Arthur. Dolly worked on Creek Street where fishermen, miners, and some more genteel characters, found entertainment and feminine companionship. Creek Street and it’s red light district prospered form the 1920’s to the 1950’s.

Dolly’s House Museum is locally owned and operated by life long Ketchikan resident who takes great pride in being able to offer this unique and historic video narrated tour that looks back into Ketchikan’s infamous past. To learn more about Dolly, read her biography on your Kindle or visit her museum in Ketchikan, Alaska.