Russian Bishop's House
501 Lincoln Street
Russian Bishop's HouseStop in at Sitka’s oldest Russian building and one of the few remaining examples of Russian colonial architecture still standing in the United States. This National Historic Landmark is maintained by the National Park Service, and visitors can take ranger-led tours of the house, which has been painstakingly restored. On the ground floor you’ll find exhibits from the Russian era in Alaska, with everything from china and samovars to sea-otter pelts.