Sitka National Historic Park

Alaska’s oldest federally designated park, Sitka National Historic Park was established in 1910 to commemorate the Battle of Sitka, which took place …

Sheldon Jackson Museum

Sheldon Jackson Museum is the oldest museum in Alaska and the building itself is on the National Historical Register. Named for Rev. Dr. Sheldon Jackson, the driving force behind the construction of the museum as well as the collector of many of its artifacts. Summer visitors can observe Native Artisans taking part in the Museums’s residency program. These artist demonstrators link historic and contemporary Native culture for visitors. Summer hours are 9am – 4:30pm Tues to Sat. 104 College Drive. 907-747-8981