Things To Know Before You Come
Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park in Seattle is not your "normal" park. It is a single building located in the Pioneer square Historic District.
There are no trees, animals, picnic tables, or camping spots. There are however shaded city parks, other museums, art galleries, and plenty of various food outlets within a five minute walk from our location.
National park signage on the building is very limited although the park is easily located by looking for the Cadillac Hotel sign. The hotel went out of business in the mid 1960's.
Did You Know?
These "buttes" are the remnants of some of Seattle's steep hills, leveled during major regrading from about the time of the gold rush until the 1930's.