A must stop. This pocket park at the town center on Sing Lee Alley features a nine-foot bronze sculpture of a local fisherman, honoring him and his crew members lost at sea. Also on display is the Valhalla, a life-sized replica of a Viking ship that’s “floated” through the streets each year during Petersburg’s Little Norway Festival. The large gambrel-roofed building is the Sons of Norway Hall, listed on the National Register of Historic Places and built by volunteers in 1912. It was the first lodge of the fraternal organization in Alaska and today serves as the site of the Little Norway Festival Scandinavian fashion show.