Jack London Interpretive Museum Dawson City
Where is it at?
Jack London Interpretive Museum
625 Eighth Ave
Where are we going today?
Dawson City has a lot of hidden gems, and the Jack London Museum could be one of them! Tucked away in a quiet corner of this Yukon town, this charming museum immerses families in the life and writings of Jack London - an author responsible for titles such as "White Fang"
During your visit at the Jack London Museum, you can step back in time as you explore the historical archives, and photographs, and really enjoy learning about the adventures London had before, after and during the famous Klondike Gold Rush.
There is nothing like learning about a time in history, right in the spot that it happened!
The great thing about exploring the Jack London Museum is that you can enjoy it at your own pace, or even time your visit to co-incide with one of their interactive and informative presentations.
For something a little more special, why not take the time to pop into the home where London lived during his time as a Klondike gold seeker. You might be amazed how different life was to how yours is today!
The home features contemporary furnishings and objects perfect for a stampeder too.
The replica is actually built from half of the original cabin that London lived in, so you can really gain a sense of what his life would have been like!
A fun, historic and adventurous family day out in Dawson City for the family. You might just be surprised in what you will learn!
History is waiting!
How much does it cost?
- AdultsCall ahead for fees
- ChildrenCall ahead for fees
When can we go?
7 days a week. 10am - 1pm, then 2pm - 6pm
May to September
It's a good idea to grab something in the area before or after your visit!.
Any Top Tips?
Allow about an hour to see everything.
Need a little extra help?
Give them a call to check about the accessibility of the exhibits!.
Make sure you take your camera!.