Visit the Mascot Saloon

Brightly colored building with people standing out front

NPS photo/S. Millard

One of over 80 bars during the height of the Gold Rush in 1898, the Mascot Saloon became the longest running saloon in town. Today, the saloon has been restored to its early 1900s appearance where you can step back into time.

While you explore the saloon you can learn about
  • saloon culture during Skagway's boomtown days
  • ways a saloon drummed up business in a competitive gold rush market
  • how the building was restored after 50 years of other uses
  • many of Skagway's colorful characters like Ham Grease Jimmy and Soapy Smith
Don't forget to get a photo with the boys at the bar before you leave!

Alcohol is no longer served in the Mascot Saloon so everyone is welcome to visit this former drinking establishment.

Entrance fees may apply, see Fees & Passes information.

The Mascot Saloon is open daily from 8:30aa-5pm from mid-May to late-September

Accessibility Information

This building is ADA accessible for folks with reduced mobility who may be using a wheelchair, walker, or other assistance device as well as anyone with a stroller. 

As of summer 2017 this building will have audio description services.  Stop by the park visitor center at 2nd and Broadway to pick up the audio description equipment.

Last updated: July 5, 2017