• Nine men pose with gear at the Alaska-British Columbia border on the trail

    Klondike Gold Rush

    National Historical Park Alaska

Operating Hours & Seasons

Visitor Center 2nd and Broadway 2010

The Visitor Center is housed in the historic 1901 White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad Depot that has been restored by the National Park Service.

Visitor Center & Museum

Visitor Center is open daily early May - late September
Daily: 8 AM - 6 PM

The Museum, located on the ground floor of our administrative building, is open year-round except winter holidays.7:30 AM - 6 PM May - September
8 AM - 5 PM October - April

Both the Visitor Center and Museum are wheelchair accessible and service animals are welcome.

 
Mascot Saloon

Interpretive Ranger invites visitors to step back in time to visit the restored Mascot saloon.

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Mascot Saloon Exhibit
Visit an authentic 1910 saloon museum with displays and exhibits.

Open daily early May - late September
8 AM - 6 PM

This facility is wheelchair accessible and service animals are welcome.

 
Moore House

The Moore Homestead is a quiet place to visit when touring the Skagway Historic District.

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Moore House Exhibit
See exhibits in this restored home of Skagway's first homesteading family

Open daily early May - mid September
10 AM - 5 PM
This facility is wheelchair accessible and service animals are welcome.

 
Trail Center

Hikers at the Trail Center preparing to hike the Chilkoot trail.

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Chilkoot Trail Center
Registration and information for Chilkoot International Trail

Open daily June 1 - Labor Day weekend
8 AM - 5 PM
This facility is wheelchair accessible and service animals are welcome.

 
Dyea Campground

Aerial view of Dyea Camp

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Dyea Campground

Open daily year-round, when free of snow.
Contact park for current conditions at 907-983-9200.

 
Park Administrative Offices

Park Administrative Offices

Open weekdays year round, except holidays
8 AM - 5 PM

Did You Know?

Museum exhibit at Klondike Gold Rush NHP showing a year's supply of food in bags, barrels and crates, a gold pan sits on top of the pile

The Canadian government required those going to the Klondike gold fields to bring a year's supply of food with them to avoid starvation during the long Yukon winter. Some of the recommended supplies included 400 pounds of flour, 200 pounds of bacon, and 100 pounds of beans!