The 1896 main cannery building’s South Gable Wall was restored in the 2017-2018 reconstruction project at the North Pacific Cannery. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

What’s new at the North Pacific Cannery?

Japenese bunk open to the public, machines on the move, new exhibits to be unveiled

The North Pacific Cannery is abuzz this season as it opens some old houses to the public and fixes their machines which are now on the move. We talk to general manager Ann Leach about what else is new at the national historic site in our online video.

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