Open year round, roughly 65,000 visitors find their way to Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park each year. Most are surprised to find out that the Klondike Gold Rush isn't an Alaskan gold rush, but a story about 70,000 individuals headed to the Yukon Territory in Canada. Whether you see a park film, check out a special exhibit, or explore the other interactive exhibits in the visitor center you will probably come away with a sense of wonderment and amazement that this event would have a lasting impact on the individuals that went the the communities along the route to the gold fields.
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Last updated: December 31, 2019