Off-Site Exhibits

Thousands of people see MacBride Museum exhibits in the community. The museum has long-term display cases in the Canada Games Centre and the Pepsi Softball Centre in Whitehorse. We also have an off-site museum at the Skookum Jim House in Carcross, Yukon.
Twice a year MacBride also creates photographic displays for the Hougen Heritage Gallery at Arts Underground, located on Main Street in downtown Whitehorse.

Current Off-Site Exhibits


Carcross: A History of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
on display at the Skookum Jim House in Carcross

MacBride Museum partnered with the Carcross/Tagish Development Corporation to create an exhibit on the history of Carcross.

Softball History

Yukon’s Softball History
on display at the Pepsi Softball Centre in Whitehorse

From the whalers who played baseball on Herschel Island in the late 1800s to the kids learning to hit and catch at the Pepsi Softball Centre each summer, Yukon’s softball history is packed with interesting stories.

This exhibit was created by Softball Yukon and the MacBride Museum of Yukon History to celebrate more than 110 years of base hits and home runs in the territory. It features photographs and stories from Yukon’s softball history. If you have information, images or stories to add, please contact Softball Yukon at


Yukon’s Hockey History
on display at the Canada Games Centre in Whitehorse

In 2011, Whitehorse was the host city for Hockey Day in Canada. To mark this national event, MacBride Museum partnered with a number of local associations and Sport Yukon to present an exhibit celebrating Canada’s favourite sport in the territory. From jerseys to skates to trophies to pucks, pieces of Yukon’s hockey history are on display at the Canada Games Centre in Whitehorse.


George Black & The Yukon Boys:
on display at the Hougen Heritage Gallery in Whitehorse

George Black & The Yukon Boys: Unseen photographs from the Front is an exhibit celebrating Yukoners' contribution to WWI. This photo collection was donated by George Black. Black raised a batallion, the Yukon Infantry Company, of 226 men to contribute to the war effort. Approximately 600 Yukoners enlisted for service in WWI, the highest per capita enlistment in the country.

MacBride Museum of Yukon History
1124 Front St. Whitehorse,
Yukon Canada Y1A 1A4
Phone: (867) 667-2709
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Winter Hours
September 1st until May 14th
Tuesday to Saturday
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
MacBride Museum is a non-profit society with charitable status. Your tax-deductible contributions help us collect, preserve and exhibit Yukon's history.