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We popped into the museum after taking a free walking tour of Seattle when the museum was mentioned. The exhibits and stories are well worth taking time over - it explained the story of the Klondike well. It's FREE but you can leave a donation...More
I didn't realize until I walked it that it's a part of the National Parks. Free entry with a ground floor and a lower level of exhibits documenting the surprisingly short period of time that was the Klondike Gold Rush. They've recreated the journey of...More
We really enjoyed our visit here. It was full of interesting facts, was fairly interactive and there was a film to watch too. Great for anyone who's into local history and the staff were very informative. Free entry makes this a great visit for those...More
In downtown Seattle. A small museum run by the US National Parks Service. Free to the public, Depicts scenes and artefacts from the 19th century Gold rush to the Yukon which made Seattle a pivotal postion in trade. Park rangers give demonstrations of panning etc
Good informative museum - very useful to do before cruising into Alaska (but still worthwhile even if not). Friendly staff. Nicely set out with various displays/photos/artefacts etc. FREE ENTRY !
Finding a National Park exhibit in downtown Seattle was a plus to our recent visit. And it is free!! The history and all that is shared to help understand the rich history of how the Klondike era enriched and help build Seattle was fascinating.
Until we visited this site, I was not aware that the Park Service maintains national parks also inside towns or cities.
The Klondike Gold Rush National Park consists of a small but well presented museum of the event that was instrumental in transforming Vancouver into...More
We came to this small museum on a Friday morning before our ferry to Victoria, without knowing what to expect but in an attempt to kill some time at Pioneer Square. What a little gem they put together on the history of Klondike Gold Rush,...More