Sitka, Alaska, US
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Approximately 1 Hour
Meals not included
Walk with the lingering spirits from the Russian-American era, and learn about Sitka's rich and turbulent history. An enchanting storyteller dressed in opulent 1867 period costume will guide and entertain you as you explore Sitka's wooden sidewalks, eerie passageways and back alleys.
You will see the old military barracks, embark on paranormal investigations at the Russian Cemetery and view the iconic Russian church. Hear the chilling stories of the unexplained Kooshdaa Kaa luring sailors to their deaths.
Visit the gravesite of the beloved Russian princess who still haunts Sitka today.
As you stroll past buildings constructed by early Russian explorers, your guide will describe their clash with the indigenous Tlingit people.
Learn about the saga of October 18, 1867 -- the day of the Alaska Purchase, dubbed Seward's Folly at the time. See the outside of the beautiful, yet looming, Rose Hill House and wander through its seemingly quiet neighborhood.
Sitka's eeriest stories are yours to discover on this fascinating tour that brings history back to life.
Minimum age is 10 years. Tour requires approximately one mile of walking over mostly even surfaces, with a small percentage of cobblestones or uneven surfaces, steps, inclines, and some standing for extended periods. Not advisable for guests with mobility limitations.