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DescriptionSurrounded by high peaks and small wooded islands, historic Sitka is accessible by air or the Alaska Marine Highway.
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The colorfully costumed New Archangel Dancers perform Russian dances in the Harrigan Centennial Hall auditorium, 330 Harbor Dr., during summer when large ships are in port; phone (907) 747-3225. Performances by the Sheet'ka Kwaán Naa Kahidi Native Dancers are given at the Tribal Community House on Katlian Street; phone (907) 747-7290.
For cruise ship and ferry passengers, Sitka Tribal Tours offers a short bus tour of Sitka, which includes guide service and round-trip transportation from the port; its native Alaskan guides all live in the Sitka community. The company also offers performances by native dancers as well as walking tours of the town and Sitka National Historical Park; phone (907) 747-0110.
Visitor InfoVisit Sitka 104 Lake St. SITKA, AK 99835. Phone:(907)747-8604 or (800)557-4852
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