We walked by and imagining the people lived in this house 100 years ago. To me, this is an interesting but not a must go place. Unless you really really into Alaska's early history.
1 - 10 of 206 reviews
Take a tour of Dolly's House and you get to see first hand, many artifacts from Ketchikan's hey day. The staff was friendly and the house and well thought out displays were very interesting. My only gripe is the price--a little steep for such a...More
With a admission price of $10 a person to take a 10 minute tour, I found it a little steep. The house is not that large and can be a little crowded getting threw the rooms with a group. The production by the employees was...More
We did the tour thur the house . Dolly made money quick my kind of gal . I loved the shower curtain flowers . It was $10 pp I can say I did it .
We enjoyed visiting one of the most popular destinations during the gold rush days and afterwards. While the house is smaller than expected it certainly gives people an idea of what life was like for a determined woman of her era. The admission was $10...More
Dolly's house is in a great setting on Creek Street, doesn't take long to do the tour at $5 pp but is is a great insight as to what it was like in the day
Great to witness a snapshot in the life of Dolly and her brothel. Am sure she was a very popular lady in her time and glad she had the forethought to document such an important part of the history of Ketchikan. All authentic and interesting...More
The 'Hello, Dolly' song is played throughout the museum, it's still in my head! Prostitution was a part of Ketchikan's history, and from the information learned touring Dolly's house, she was one of the more successful ladies of the night. It was an interesting tour,...More