Skagway Museum

Skagway Museum

Of all the museums in town, the “Trail of ’98” museum and bookstore is the most comprehensive. For only 2 dollars, you have access to Skagway’s most treasured memorabilia, native artifacts (including a fine collection of baskets, bead work, and carvings), photographs and historical…

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

The National Park Service runs this wonderful free little museum and Visitor Information Center. It showcases exhibits of life during the gold rush, including displays about historical archaeology in Skagway and photographic technology during the late 19th century.They offer free ranger guided walking tours…

Corrington’s Alaskan Ivory & Museum

Corrington’s Alaskan Ivory & Museum

Corrington’s museum is free of charge and contains a great private collection of artifacts of Alaska’s fascinating history, form pre-historic to modern. There are more than 40 engraved walrus tusks and the world’s largest baleen basket.The museum is nestled in the middle of Corrigton’s…

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