- TripBuzz found 22 things to do with kids in or near Sitka, Alaska.
- From Gallant Adventures to Sitka Wildlife Private Tours, the Sitka area offers 14 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Boat Tours, History Museums and Historic Sites.
- Scenic mountain views and icy, crystal blue waters surround the charming residential and historical city of Sitka. The city is home to many protected wildlife refuge areas including Sitka National Historical Park and the Tongass National Forest. The cities tourism revolves around its many popular festivals including the annual Jazz Fest and Whale Festival.
Sitka Wildlife Private Tours offers a variety of scenic tours on land and sea. Visitors can take catamaran boat tours to see glaciers and humpback whales, walking tours to see the local wilderness and its wildlife, or combination tours.
Besides the kayaking tours packages, the Sitka Sound Ocean Adventures also offers water taxiing services. It also has a renting shop, from which kayaks can be rented, with all the gear and accessories needed.
The Sheldon Jackson Museum is the oldest museum in Alaska and it is located in the first concrete building in the state. There are more than 5,000 items exhibited, items which were collected by reverend Sheldon Jackson during his travels. The collection includes totems and native masks, among others.
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103 Monastery Street, Sitka, AK 99835 MoreLess Info
The Sitka National Historic Park/Totem Park is located on the site where the Russian traders have fought the 2 local native tribes. It has 113 acres and a trail with a length of 2 miles, with replicas of the degrading totems guarding it from each side.
Esther G Sea Tours & Taxi offers combination boat and land based tours of Saint Lazaria Island, Kruzof Island, the South Baranof Wilderness Area and the West Chichagof Wilderness Area. The company also offers transportation to United States Forest Service cabins, transportation for remote kayaking trips, and hi…
Alaska Aquatic Adventures LLC offers a one hour history water tour of Sitka, and a 2.5 hour tour of Sitka Sound where visitors often see orcas, sea lions, and other wildlife. In addition, the company offers remote boat drop off at remote locations including the U.S. Forest Service cabins.
Ocean Raft Adventures offers tours aboard specially designed ocean rafts where guests can spend hours exploring volcanic coasts, sea cliffs and caves. Marine life that can be seen include grey and humpback whales, sea otters and puffins.
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834 Lincoln Street, Suite 200, Sitka, AK 99835 MoreLess Info
The Sitka Sound Science Center operates the Sheldon Jackson Hatchery that raises 250,000 coho, 3 million pinks, and 12 million chums, and operates the Ahlgren Aquarium that has touch tanks, in-wall mounted aquariums, and an observation tank. Visitors can also do education programs including story times for chil…