Enjoyed the exhibits on native culture and the walking trails were great - we enjoyed the one along the shore with the totems.
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They have several poles on the grounds and they explain a lot of the history and significance of totem poles. It was a nice stop on our journey farther north.
This National Park is the cultural heart of Sitka and a must-see. I love to walk the quiet woods and enjoy the magnificent totem poles nestled in the towering spruce. The visitor center and ranger staff are also excellent.
Excellent walk through the ancient grounds of the Indians that roamed and lived in these areas a few hundred years ago. The grounds have many totem poles to depict their lives and history of the events that took place during those times. The area has...More
We love to come here and take a walk around. It is very beautiful and you can get some nice views of the city from here as well as seeing the history and the totems. A "must-do" when in Sitka. If you live here, it...More
The visitor centre houses a good selection of First Nation artifacts and contemporary artwork. On the ocean there is a forested walk and totems to view. Come prepared for rain.
Was very impressed with the centre. Lots of information on the many indigenous tribes of western Alaska. Also walked through the lovely Totem Park.
Visited Sitka and enjoyed visiting this park. The totem poles are placed along a trail that winds through the woods. Very peaceful walking the trail and viewing the totem poles.
After our excursion, we walked to and around the entire Historic/Totem Park in less than an hour. Situated just outside of the bustling downtown and right on the waterfront, you can go to the Park Museum or (as we did) walk around the Totem Park...More