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Whitehorse Yukon Canada Attractions, Museums

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Caribou Crossing Trading Post

Gift shop, cafe and home of the Museum of Yukon Natural History. Located north of Skagway and south of Whitehorse.

Frantic Follies

Turn of the century vaudeville revue which depicts the entertainment seen by the pioneers of the Great Klondike Gold Rush of 1898.

Takhini Hot Springs

Offers a range of recreational activities year round. Soak in the two connected hot springs. Trail rides, ski trails, climbing tower and zipline. Cafe, wooded campground with RV sites.

Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre

Offers intrepretative and informative displays of the Beringia. Ice Age gallery. Explore the treasures of that world within the Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre and watch Beringia come alive.

Yukon Transportation Museum

Artifacts which show different modes of transportation and the part they played in the history and development of the Yukon territory. From snowshoes to dogsleds and moose skin boats to paddle wheelers.

Yukon Wildlife Preserve

A 750 acre wildlife viewing experience featuring interpretive tours of Moose, Caribou, Mule Deer, Wood Bison, Muskoxen, Mountain Goats, and Mountain Sheep in their natural habitat.

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