Southeast Alaska Discovery Center

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The Southeast Alaska Discovery Center is a visitor center in Ketchikan, Alaska, operated by the United States Forest Service as part of the Tongass National Forest.[1] The center provides interpretive exhibits and activities about the ecology, economy and culture of Southeast Alaska and its temperate rainforest ecosystems.

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Coordinates: 55°20′26″N 131°38′39″W / 55.34056°N 131.64417°W / 55.34056; -131.64417