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Where is Sitka National Historical Park?

In Sitka there is the Sitka National Historic Park, where you can admire an impressive collection of totem poles. Visitors can explore the park on forest paths and read the stories described on totem poles. We recommend a visit to the Cathedral of St. Michael, a Russian Orthodox Church with a bright blue onion tower that defines the Silhouette of Sitka.

With a little luck, you can arrange your visit to Sitka in the Southeast Alaska region so that you can visit the Sitka Summer music Festival held every June. The focus of this festival is on chamber music; it attracts professional musicians from all over the world.

Address: 103 Monastery St, Sitka, AK 99835
Area: 59 acres
Hours:
Saturday 9AM–8PM
Sunday 9AM–8PM
Monday 9AM–8PM
Tuesday 9AM–8PM
Wednesday 9AM–8PM
Thursday 9AM–8PM
Friday 9AM–8PM
Phone: (907) 747-0110
Established: October 18, 1972

Where is Sitka National Historical Park?
Where is Sitka National Historical Park?

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