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Old Log Church Museum

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Old Log Church Museum

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3rd Ave & Elliott Street Box 31461, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 6K8 Canada
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Soak up the wild beauty of inland Yukon, Canada’s westernmost territory, on a shore excursion by minibus that follows the famous Klondike Highway from Skagway, Alaska, a stress-free option for visitors that want a comprehensive tour. Multiple stops are made for photos and wildlife sightings are possible. Visit Caribou Crossing Trading Post for an insider’s glimpse into local culture. Enjoy a hearty lunch, visit the Museum of Yukon Natural History, and see a dog sledding camp. Pass through the Carcross Desert on the return to your Skagway port. Note: All travelers must bring their valid passport.
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JenniferandAlan wrote a review Feb 2020
Easton, Pennsylvania364 contributions79 helpful votes
My husband and I visited several museums in Whitehorse but I believe this is my favorite. First of all it is in a log church built around 1900 to fulfill the dream of Bishop Bompas and Rev Bowen to serve the area. The museum has exhibits and displays about the history of the Anglican church in the Yukon dating back to before the Gold Rush. You learn about the pioneers, missionaries, and First Nation peoples. I was especially intrigued with the video about Isaac Stringer "the Bishop who ate his boots". What dedication to his calling. There is a small area with pews where I sat to have a quiet moment. I thought I'd spend a short time but ended up in the museum for a couple of hours. A truly unique museum in an area where focus is on the Gold Rush and the Alaska Highway. There is also a gift shop. An overall wonderful experience.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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webbfoot wrote a review Sep 2019
Philadelphia, Tennessee618 contributions146 helpful votes
A nice Museum with information on the history of the Church. Across the street are several interesting Murals. I got my Yukon Passport stamped at this Museum.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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T6638GGmarkd wrote a review Jul 2019
Saskatoon, Canada9 contributions2 helpful votes
The history at the Old Log Church is interesting, but the cost to get in was a bit prohibitive. It goes to a good cause though, which I assume is to preserve the site.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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CangLong17 wrote a review Jul 2019
36 contributions6 helpful votes
Small venue with a variety of items related to Anglican ministers and their families. Not much to see.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Dale H wrote a review Jul 2019
Osoyoos, Canada446 contributions122 helpful votes
Filled with antiques related to the church itself is is an inexpensive "museum" that will only take about an hour to tour. Lots of street front parking but no room for rv's here. The church is in it's original state and is very quaint.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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