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All reviews gold rush city hall first nations interesting collection early history beautiful building interesting items worth a visit small gift shop on display quick look the main street local history great history the white pass train artifacts admission
This museum is several blocks away from the cruise ship docking area, but still within a 10 minute walk. There are numerous displays of Skagway’s history and its role in the gold rush. The highlight of this local museum is the short film shown in...More
Happened to find this sweet little museum in Skagway and popped in. Cost us all of $2 each. Loved it so much that I donated extra to their kitty. Excellent information about the local history, culture and animal life. So interesting! It gave me a...More
The Skagway Museum and Archives is really a beautiful building full of wonderful information about the history of Skagway. The greeters were delightful and welcoming. There's so much learn about this wonderful little port city. Thanks for a great visit!
Seeing how Skagway is not a major metropolis, this small museum is chocked full of very interesting displays of a wide variety of Alaska items. I lost my better half for a couple of hours as she was in total enjoyment of this place. I'd...More
We loved this museum. It is a small area but they pack a lot of information into their displays. Very enjoyable and quick look at the history of the area. For sure worth a visit if you have some extra time.
After the White Pass 2 hr train adventure, we found the Skagway Museum at city hall. Just $2! Great, helpful staff, Cool Coastal First Nations Canoes and Kayaks, lots of gold rush and First Nations artifacts.
Whilst we were walking around Skagway, we came across their quaint museum.
It was only $2 entry, and it was on a single floor.
There were a lot of artefacts and photos that talk about the history of Skagway.
If you have an hour or...More