St Michael's Cathedral
Blockhouse & Princess Maksoutoff’s Grave
Still more of Sitka’s Russian background guards the hill north of the Alaska Pioneers Home. The blockhouse is a replica of what the...
Island Fever Diving & Adventures
is a full-service dive shop, but its most popular offerings are snorkeling trips. It provides all the gear, including dry suits and...
A friendly pub inside the Sitka Hotel with the largest TV screen in town.
Even crewmembers from the commercial fleet, who know a thing or two about raw fish, say this sushi bar is a good catch.
Lonely Planet review
Two blocks west of the Centennial Building is the cathedral. Built between 1844 and 1848, the church stood for more than 100 years as Alaska’s finest Russian Orthodox cathedral. When a fire destroyed it in 1966, the church had been the oldest religious structure from the Russian era in Alaska. Luckily the priceless treasures and icons inside were saved by Sitka’s residents, who immediately built a replica of their beloved church.