This is the Selkirk Nation's cultural centre at Pelly Crossing and is a replica of Fort Selkirk's Big Jonathan House. See locally made tools, birch-bark baskets, beaded clothing and a replica of a moose-skin boat. T…
In Jackson Hall, built in the 1920s when Keno City was booming, the Mining Museum shows what life was like during silver and gold mining times with some superb old photographs, tools and equipment.
Proudly claimed as the world's smallest desert, Crarcross Desert, 2km north of town, is actually the exposed sandy bed of a glacial lake. There are a few pine trees among the 260ha of sand.
This is the biggest store between Whitehorse and Dawson City and offers the opportunity to purchase grocery and food items, drinks, gifts and souvenirs. There are also gas pumps outside.
This super-friendly interpretive center has knowledgeable volunteers who explain their aboriginal life past and present.