Sheldon Jackson Museum, founded in 1888, houses an exceptional collection of Alaska Native ethnographic material gathered by Presbyterian missionary and General Agent of Education for Alaska, the Rev. Dr. Sheldon Jackson. Located at 104 College Drive, the museum is just a short walk along Lincoln Street, midway from downtown and Sitka National Historical Park. The octagon structure was the first concrete building in Alaska, and has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1972. Summer Hours: Open Monday – Saturday, 9am – 4:30pm. Sunday 1-4:30pm. Closed on Alaska state holidays. Admission: $9.00, adults; $8.00, seniors; ages 18 and younger are admitted free. Winter Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm, Tuesdays by appointment only. Admission: $7.00, adults; $6.00, seniors. During the summer months, the Native Artist Demonstrators Artist Residency Program features demonstrations, lectures, and workshops.