The Klondike Gold Rush N.H.P. visitor center is located at 319 Second Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98104. The park is located entirely within a brick three-story building at the northwest corner of Second Avenue South and South Jackson Street.
The park is poorly signed. Looked for a sidewalk sandwich board at the corner of S. Jackson St and Second Ave South or the Cadillac Hotel sign which is on the Jackson Street side of the building.
Street parking, throughout Seattle is metered and limited to two hours. Street parking is free on holidays, but still limited to two hours. Private for fee parking lots and garages are nearby. Downtown Seattle provides a website listing locations, hours, and prices.
The park is within walking distance of several mass transit facilities; the underground International District light rail and bus station; the Washington State Ferry Terminal (Pier 52); the West Seattle/Downtown Seattle Water Taxi (Pier 50); and the King Street Station (Amtrak and Sounder trains).The park is also easily access by bicycle. The Myrtle Edwards - Elliot Bay Trail which runs from West Seattle north to Ballard and links to the 90 mile Burke-Gilman Bike Trail.