The Yukon Transportation Museum acquires, preserves and studies the history and material culture of Yukons transportation modes and interprets this history in an educational manner for all Yukoners and visitors alike. The Yukon Transportation Museum introduces people to Yukon ingenuity and self-sufficiency through the history of transportation in the territory.
There are a variety of indoor and outdoor exhibitions that share Yukon's character through the stories of people, possessions and ideas. You'll learn all about the rich traditions of the indigenous people that shaped transportation in the area. You'll get to see the world-famous Alaska Highway and soar with the early bush pilots through the northern skies. These preserved stories and artifacts illustreate the history of the land.
There are lots of programs available for the public and private groups too. There are guided tours by appointment all year round. The tours last around 40 minutes and will highlight some of the key stories and object in the collection.
There are also youth programs too. With toys and games that can be found in the Bush Pilot Room and the gift shop has lots of speedster cars to ride around the museum on! Stop by at the miner's area for kids-only fun too!
We are conveniently located off of the historic Alaska Highway, just steps from the Erik Neilsen Whitehorse International Airport.Get directions
Gift shop onsite