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  • MacBride Museum - Downtown

    MacBride LogoMacBride Museum - Downtown

    A dynamic museum, dedicated to promoting the value, understanding and enjoyment of Yukon history.

    Yukon's first —and recently expanded - museum offers a comprehensive view of the resilient people and groundbreaking events that have shaped the territory's history. Home to 40,000 objects, our galleries illustrate stories from Yukon First Nations, the natural world, the Klondike Gold Rush and more. Our Innovators and Icons showcase examines present-day history and the people who built modern Yukon. We're also home to incredible art pieces, including a Ted Harrison collection and the Northern Lights icicles. Take it all in through engaging daily programming and storytelling, as well as a summer music series that runs from June to August. Yukon history lives here.

    MacBride Museum was named Canada's #1 most under-rated attraction by MSN Travel Canada. It was also named Yukon's favourite museum and attraction by a Yukon, North of Ordinary magazine readers' poll. We are currently expanding! Two new galleries are open and the other will be finished by the end of summer 2019. Join us to see new objects every week.

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  • MacBride Copperbelt Mining Museum

    MacBride LogoMacBride Copperbelt Mining Museum

    Yukon mining and rail history museum with "Loki" train rides.

    Closed for the 2018 Season.
    MacBride Copperbelt Mining Museum is an interpretive learning experience that preserves and presents Whitehorse Copperbelt mining history. The museum is located at 919.28 Alaska Highway, just north of Whitehorse on the edge of the historic copper mining region. Whether it’s a train ride through the northern boreal forests you crave, a place to take your family for fun and adventure, or a fascinating history lesson on northern mining, rail, and life, visiting our museum, picnic pavilion, playground and beloved “Loki” ride is a must for everyone.

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  • MacBride Waterfront Trolley

    MacBride LogoMacBride Waterfront Trolley

    Trolley rides along Whitehorse's waterfront.

    Visitors to Whitehorse can ride the restored, 1925 Waterfront Trolley, which departs northbound from Rotary Park, across from the S.S. Klondike National Historic Site, and southbound from the Roundhouse where Wood Street connects to Front Street. This interpretive ride describes Whitehorse waterfront’s fascinating history, including the stories about the White Pass & Yukon Route and the mighty sternwheelers that once plied the Yukon River.

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  • Hours of Operation and Tickets

    MacBride LogoHours of Operation and Tickets

    Learn about the hours of operation and ticket prices for each of our museums.

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