See: Historic Skagway buildings on a ranger-led tour of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park.
Do: Ride the White Pass & Yukon Route train to the Canadian border and back.
Do: Visit the Skagway City Museum (artifacts and displays of Native American and Gold Rush local history)
Eat (dinner): Olivia’s Bistro (most produce is from their garden; bacon-wrapped caribou medallions were a standout)
Eat/Drink: Skagway Brewing Company (try the Spruce Tip beer!)
Stay: Sgt. Preston’s Lodge (located in historic district; reasonable rates; complimentary shuttle to and from ferry; luggage storage)
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