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Sitka National Historical Park's Visitor Center
Sitka National Historical Park Visitor Center
The Sitka National Historical Park Visitor Center, built in 1965, represents architecture typical of the National Park Service Mission 66 initiative.
Looking toward the Sitka National Historical Park Visitor Center from Sitka Sound.
The Visitor Center stands just above the high tide line on the shores of Sitka Sound.
Panorama of the interior of Visitor Center
The visitor center lobby reflects the traditional architecture of Tlingit clan houses.
Tlingit exhibit in Sitka National Historical Park Visitor Center.
The Tlingit Exhibit in the visitor center showcases the rich cultural heritage of the area's Native residents.
Mountains surrounding the visitor center
Winter's snows cover the steep mountains behind the park visitor center.
A winter sunset casts a bluish light on fresh snow around the visitor center and Centennial Pole.
Ocean side of visitor center
Visitors enjoy the ocean-side views of the park's visitor center.
Last updated: August 1, 2014