Sitka, Alaska, US
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Approximately 2½ Hours
Meals not included
Once known as the Paris of the Pacific, Sitka has a long history of cultivating the fine arts, and it all started with Venetian glassblowing. Explore a side of Sitka's culture not many expect to find in Southeast Alaska.
Stroll through the city with your guide, pausing to check out a few of the galleries while learning about local crafts such as silver and wood carving, ceramics and jewelry making.
Finally, you'll arrive at the Wild Arts Gallery & Studio, where you can watch as the artists demonstrate the making of beautiful glass canes. You'll also have the opportunity to gently stretch, twist and pull a colorful cane of your own.
Afterward, take advantage of some free time to browse in the gallery, perhaps picking up one of the many unique pieces that Sitka's natural beauty has inspired.
Minimum age is 14 years.