ANB Hall

235 Katlian St., Sitka, AK 99835

The Alaska Native Brotherhood building is a registered National Historic Landmark built in 1914. Located on Katlian Street in the heart of the traditional Tlingit village, it serves as an Alaska Native community center. National Register of Historical Places.

Naa Kahidi Dancers

200 Katlian St., Sitka, AK 99835

The Tlingit Dancers perform in connection with Sitka Tribal Tours at the Sheet’ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi Community House. Hear the songs of tradition handed down by generations of a living culture. Half-hour performance: $10/adult; $5/child (3y – 12y); lap children watch for free.  Dance Schedule  Tickets are sold one-half hour in advance of each performance at the Sheet’ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi Community House, 200 Katlian Street.

New Archangel Dancers

208 Smith St., Sitka, AK 99835

Celebrating Sitka’s Russian heritage by performing lively, authentic, and professionally choreographed folk dances from Russia and surrounding regions. Regular summer shows are performed at Harrigan Centennial Hall in downtown Sitka. View the performance schedule here.

Sitka Pioneer Home

120 Katlian St., Sitka, AK 99835

Built in 1934 on the old Russian Parade Ground, this is a state home for elderly Alaskans. Handicrafts made by the residents are sold in the gift shop located on the first floor. The pioneers welcome visitors. The 13-1/2 foot bronze statue standing in front of the Pioneer Home was made by Alonzo Victor Lewis and was dedicated on Alaska Day in 1949. The model was a real pioneer – William “Skagway Bill” Fonda. The Sitka Pioneer Home is on the National Register of Historical Places.

Totem Square

200 Katlian St, Sitka, AK 99835

Totem Square contains a Russian cannon and three anchors recovered from the Sitka vicinity, probably lost by early British or American explorers. The totem pole displays the double-headed eagle of Sitka’s Russian heritage. Located in the downtown area at the west end of Lincoln Street and Katlian Street.