330 Harbor Drive, Sitka, AK 99835

Built in 1967, during Alaska’s Centennial celebration, the building is still one of the finest in the state.  It houses the Sitka Historical Society, a local history collection located in the Sitka Historical Museum (formerly known as the Isabel Miller Museum), an auditorium for public use, Baranof Arts and Crafts Association (in the summer months), a wildlife display, and an information desk (with visitor information in the summer months). A large hand-carved Tlingit canoe made from one log is displayed under a sheltered area near the building.