Beautiful artwork done by local artists as well as well known Alaskan artists. "Made in Alaska" labels abound in this shop! No words to describe the many beautiful gifts that you could take home with your, or have shipped! They can hold onto items until your due date of arrival back at home so you are sure to be home for the delivery. You can also have artwork of many mediums custom matted and framed as well.
There are lots of gorgeous jewelry options as well. Included are many talented local artists. There are many native influenced art pieces as well. You just have to see for yourself!
What to buy: Local artists abound, just a few are:
Lisa Schremeck, Karen Cornelius, Carol Beckett, Sandy Wolf, ... and many more!
JJewelry by Janine, and Embelishments by Berthial Evens are just a few of the most popular.
What to pay: Some items are quite reasonable. Anywhere from $10 up to $500 depending on your taste.
Fedrelandet, Lodge No. 23, of Son's of Norway is located on Sing Lee Alley in Petersburg.
From this view you can see the Sons of Norway Hall reflection in Hammer Slough.
What to buy: Local crafts.
What to pay: No opinion about if it's too much or too little as it's unique compared to other places.
This is where I found good souvenirs from "Litle Norway"; local Norwegian cookbooks, rosemaling craft items, or even a krumkake baker (which is what I bought).
What to buy: I bought the krumkake baker. Krumkake is a traditional Scandinavian desert made by baking thin round “sweet waffles” stamped with an beautiful design that is imprinted no the krumkake baker. They can be rolled into a cone and stuffed with ice cream whipped cream, like a waffle cone at the ice cream shops in America.