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Klondike Gold Rush Nat'l Historic Park

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This park celebrates the Klondike Gold Rush of 1897-98 through restored buildings within the Skagway Historic District. The park has worked to maintain the false-front buildings and boardwalks dating from gold rush times.

The Visitors Center has exhibits and films on the history of the area and information on hiking the Chilkoot Trail to the Yukon goldfields.

The Visitors Center is located in the restored White Pass & Yukon Route Railway railroad depot.

Location: P O Box 517, 2nd Ave and Broadway, Skagway Alaska 99840 Telephone 907-983-2921

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(Skagway) Klondike Gold Rush Nat'l Historic Park

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