The Isabel Miller Museum, now known as the Sitka Historical Society and Museum, is a historical museum located along Sitka’s beautiful waterfront that prides itself on hosting the entire history of the native Tlingit people and the Russian colonization period. From Tlingit totem poles, to Russian Orthodox Church artifacts, to over 10,000 historic photographs and a scale model of Sitka circa 1867, the staff at the Isabel Miller Museum are ready to speak on any and every object that comprises Sitka’s history and are happy to share them. This makes the Isabel Miller Museum an excellent stop for all who wish to orient themselves in Sitka, the oldest city in the Northwest, and her history.
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The Isabel Miller Museum (Sitka Historical Society and Museum) is located along Sitka’s Waterfront at 330 Harbor Drive. Admission is $2, and hours vary by season, but the museum is generally open from 10am – 4pm daily, save for Sundays and Mondays in the winter. Call (907) 747-6455 for more information.