Dawson City Museum
Make your own discoveries among the 25,000 gold rush artifacts at this museum. Engaging exhibits walk you through the grim lives of the...
The exhibition space of the Klondike Institute for Art & Culture, this gallery has regular shows.
This old shop has historic photos from Dawson's heyday.
There's always a hint of pleasures to come swirling around the tables of Dawson's most inviting bar. Enjoy good beers, wines and mixed...
Cheechako's Bake Shop
A real bakery and a good one, on the main strip. Muffins, cookies and treats vie for your attention with sandwiches made on homemade...
Front St · interesting places nearby
Commissioner's Residence information
Built in 1901 to house the territorial commissioner, this proud building was designed to give potential civic investors confidence in the city. The building was the longtime home of Martha Black, who came to the Yukon in 1898, owned a lumberyard and was elected to the Canadian Parliament at age 70. (Martha Black by Flo Whyard is a great book about this remarkable woman.)