A Gateway to a Remarkable Adventure

Seattle flourished during and after the Klondike Gold Rush. Merchants supplied people from around the world passing through this port city on their way to a remarkable adventure in the Yukon Territory of Canada. Today, the park is your gateway to learn about the Klondike Gold Rush, explore the area's public lands, and engage with the local community. Read More

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What's there to do? Plenty!

You set the pace for your Klondike experience in Seattle

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See what's new in the Kerr Room

Explore rotating exhibits that feature art, history, culture and more. Check out the what's in the Kerr Room now!

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NPS in Seattle

The National Park Service is involved in the greater Seattle area beyond our visitor center walls.

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Shop Online!

Browse the park store online, managed by our cooperating association Discover Your Northwest.

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Field Trips!

A visit to Klondike-Seattle is like no other adventure.

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Visitor Center

Get answers to questions, sign-up for ranger programs, see special exhibits, or earn your Junior Ranger badge, all at the visitor center!

Last updated: December 8, 2023

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Mailing Address:

319 Second Ave S.
Seattle, WA 98104


206 220-4240

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