Retrace the Steps of the Last Grand Adventure- The Klondike Gold Rush

Headlines screamed "Gold!" The dream of a better life catapulted thousands of people to Alaska and the Yukon Territory. Their journey shaped them, and changed the people they encountered and the north forever. Today, the park remembers the trails, boomtowns, and stories of the Klondike Gold Rush. Read More

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Women of the gold rush

Courageous women from all walks of life joined the Klondike Gold Rush of 1897-98.

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What was the Klondike Gold Rush?

Learn about the great human drama that was the mad dash to the far north known as the Klondike Gold Rush.

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Earn a Junior Ranger badge

At Klondike Gold Rush there are two ways you can earn your Junior Ranger badge. Find out how you can start today.

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Virtual Tours

Can't make it to Skagway? Want to plan your visit? Now you can take virtual tours of several park buildings.

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Visiting in the Winter

Klondike Gold Rush doesn't close in the winter. Learn more about visiting the park October-April

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Buffalo Soldiers of Company L

Company L, a unit of black soldiers, spent 3 years serving their country in Southeast Alaska. Learn about their time taming the frontier.

Last updated: March 4, 2019

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Mailing Address:

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
P.O. Box 517

Skagway, AK 99840

Phone:

(907) 983-9200

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