Operating Hours & Seasons

A red building with American Flags on a sunny day with a sign saying "The Visitor Center"
Park Visitor Center decorated for 4th of July with people walking by

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Visitor Center
The visitor center is open May - mid October daily, 9 am - 5:30 pm.

Located on the corner of 2nd and Broadway in the Skagway Historic District in the former White Pass & Yukon Route depot.

The visitor center is wheelchair accessible and service animals are welcome. There are public restrooms in the visitor center.

Note: during the winter you can view the park film or ask a ranger questions by stopping by the park administrative office front desk.

 
The Administration building decorated for the 4th of July, with people walking by and a crow perched on the top right.
People walking by the Admin building, with flags hanging off of it and a crow perched on the top right corner.

NPS photo/S. Ammons

Park Museum & Administrative Offices
The park museum is located on the ground floor of our administrative building next to the Visitor Center at 2nd and Broadway.

May through September the museum is open daily 9 am - 5:30 pm.
October through April, the museum is open Monday - Saturday 10 am - 4 pm, but closed federal holidays.

This museum is wheelchair accessible and service animals are welcome.

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park's Administrative Offices are located upstairs from the park museum.

Administrative Office Hours: Monday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm year round. Closed Federal holidays.

 
Two people taking pictures in front of a building titled "The Mascot"  with a mountain peak in the background
People walking by the open doors of The Mascot Museum.

NPS photo/S. Ammons

Mascot Saloon Museum
Visit an authentic post-gold rush saloon, which is open, but exhibits and displays are being updated. Grand re-opening will be Spring of 2023!

Open daily early May - late September
9 am - 5:30 pm

Located on the corner of 3rd and Broadway in the Skagway Historic District.

This facility is wheelchair accessible and service animals are welcome. There are public restrooms in this building.

 
Modern photo of the Moore Homestead
The Moore Homestead is a quiet place to visit when touring the Skagway Historic District.

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Moore House Exhibit
See exhibits in this restored home of Skagway's first homesteading family.

Open daily early May - mid September
9 am - 5 pm

Located at 5th and Spring in the Skagway Historic District.

This facility is wheelchair accessible and service animals are welcome. This building does not have restrooms.

 
Building with large sign reading "Jeff. Smiths Parlor"

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Jeff. Smiths Parlor Museum
Tour the inside of one of the oldest museums in Alaska dedicated to "Soapy" Smith, early Alaskan oddities, and other curiosities now restored to its 1960s glory.

This museum is open at specific times of the day. Please check at the Visitor Center for more information on the hours of the day for Jeff. Smiths Parlor.

Located on 2nd Ave just west of Broadway in the Skagway Historic District.

This facility is wheelchair accessible. This building does not have restrooms.

 
People walking by the closed doors of the Pantheon Saloon
The historic Pantheon Saloon, closed for the 2022 season

NPS photo/S. Ammons

Pantheon Saloon & Jr. Ranger Activity Center
This location is closed for the 2022 season. Junior Ranger Activity books are available at the Visitor Center at 2nd & Broadway

Located in the restored Pantheon Saloon building, the Jr. Ranger Activity Center provides educational, tactile, interactive experiences in a fun, family friendly environment.

Located on the corner of 4th and Broadway in the Skagway Historic District.

This facility is wheelchair accessible and service animals are welcome.

 
People walking by a wooden building titled "The Trail Center"
People walking in front of The Trail Center

NPS photo/S. Ammons

Chilkoot Trail Center

Registration and information center for the Chilkoot International Trail. Stop by to get your Chilkoot Trail Permit, see the bear awareness video, and get your trail orientation. During permit season, regularly scheduled orientations are at 8am, 10am, noon, 2pm, and 4pm daily.

During the off-season, these services are available at the Park Administrative Offices, located at 2nd and Broadway.

Open daily July - mid September
8 am- 5:00 pm (closed for lunch)

Located on Broadway between 5th and 6th in the Skagway Historic District.

This facility is wheelchair accessible and service animals are welcome. This building does not have public restrooms.

 
Dyea campground with site locations superimposed over satellite image
Aerial view of Dyea Campground

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Dyea Campground

Located 9 miles outside of Skagway via gravel access road. More information is available on our Campgrounds page.

Open daily year-round, when free of snow.
Contact the park for current conditions.

Last updated: August 18, 2022

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Mailing Address:

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
P.O. Box 517

Skagway , AK 99840

Phone:

907 983-9200

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