The Red Onion Saloon

The Red Onion Saloon

You can’t come to Skagway without at least popping your head i the Red Onion Saloon. Built in 1897 it was operated as a one of the high class bordellos in town, now they serve up cocktails , wine and beer and some good…

Days of ’98

Days of ’98

In 1923, Princess steamships started bringing tourists to Skagway. The local residents decided to put on a show for them to raise money for their local hockey team. The team needed new uniforms so that they could compete in the White Pass Athletic League…

Skagway Farmer’s Market

Skagway Farmer’s Market

If you are interested in supporting community artisans and buying local Alaskan veggies (at the right time of year), preserves or locally harvested herbal concoctions, the Farmer’s Market is the best place to directly support these creative locals. It’s located in the eagles hall…

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