THE WONDERS YOU'LL SEE
St. Michael's Cathedral
Oldest Orthodox Cathedral in the Americas. Housing some of the nation's most treasured Russian religious icons.
National Historic Park
National Parks Service stewarded collection of totem poles in a beautiful forest along the coastline. Distinctive cultural expression of the Tlingit people.
The site where Alaska was officially purchased by the United States from Russia, on October 18, 1867. The historic site of many Native clan houses & Baranof's Castle.
Three cannon fortifications like this once guarded the wall separating the Russian and Tlingit lands in Sitka. This replica was built in 1962.
This campus has had a powerful presence throughout it's checkered history as an Indian Boarding School, college, and now the Sitka Fine Arts Camp
Former Russian barracks, then U.S. Marine Corps barracks, now an assisted living serving Alaskans.
Russian Bishop's House
One of the last examples of Colonial Russian architecture. This was the home of St. Innocent, the first Orthodox saint in the Americas.
Fishing boats and live-aboards abound in this picturesque harbor by downtown Sitka.
O'Connell Bridge, Sitka Sound Science Center, Totem Park, Local Restaurants & Shopping Recommendations, etc.