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    Sitka

    National Historical Park Alaska

Commercial Filming and Photography Permits

All commercial filming and photography requires a permit and is subject to fees. In addition, special permission must be obtained to film certain items, locations, and people that are not property of and/or under control of the National Park Service, even though they are associated with Sitka National Historical Park.

These include, but are not limited to the following:

  • the Russian Orthodox Church's chapel in the Russian Bishop's House
  • cultural items owned by local native groups which are on loan for display in the Visitor Center
  • all items, employees, and artists associated with the Southeast Alaska Cultural Center
The documents listed below contain the information you need to understand the commercial filming guidelines in Sitka National Historical Park. Please read them carefully and follow the instructions for submitting an application.
Commercial Filming and Photography Restrictions

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Commercial Filming and Photography Application-Long

Once you return the application for filming and a $200 application fee, your application will be reviewed and a determination will be made regarding your request.

If the information included in the application is sufficient, you will be sent a copy of the permit along with separate general terms and permit conditions. You will then need to return the completed signed permit and conditions. Please allow 30 days for processing.

Did You Know?

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The state of Alaska has 33,904 miles of coastline, more than the rest of the United States combined!