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Attractions  & Events Yukon Territory

Attractions

Aurora Tours of Yukon
Dredge No.4
Frantic Follies
Goldbottom Mine Tour
Northern Lights Centre Watson Lake
SS Klondike
Takhini Hot Springs
Whitepass Railroad
Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre
Yukon Suspension Bridge

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Events

Atlin Arts and Music Festival
Frostbite Music Festival
H Kus Teyea Celebration
Mayo Midnight Marathon
Sportslodge Yukon River Trail Marathon
Trek Over The Top
Yukon International Storytelling Festival
Yukon Quest
Yukon Riverside Arts Festival
Yukon River Quest (867) 333-5628, fax (867) 633-2267
Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous Festival

Dining

Buckshot Betty's Beaver Creek (867) 862-7111
Cliff Side Restaurant
Midnight Sun Coffee 9002 Quartz Rd, Whitehorse Y1A 2Z5
River View Restaurant 102 Wood St, Whitehorse Y1A 2E3 (867) 667-7801
Volare (867) 456-2400, SKKY Hotel

History & Heritage

Chilkoot National Historic Site of Canada
Klondike National Historic Sites of Canada
Log Skyscraper Whitehorse
Tr'ondk Hwch'in Heritage Sites

Museums

Big Jonathon House Pelly Crossing (867) 537-3150
Dawson City Museum Box 303, Dawson City, Y0B 1G0 (867) 993-5291
George Johnston Museum
Jack London Interpretive Museum Dawson City
Macbride Museum Whitehorse
Old Log Church Museum (867) 668-2555
Teslin Tlingit Heritage Centre Teslin, Y0A 1B0 (867) 390-2070

Theatres

Nakai Theatre 5 White Pass Train Station, 1109 1st Ave, Whitehorse Y1A 5G4
Northern Lights Center
Whitehorse Center
Yukon Arts Centre

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Yukon summers have almost 24 hours of daylight. Northern Lights (aurora borealis) are only visible at night from mid-August until the end of April. The longest night is December 21st, giving the most display hours. What's it like to see them for the first time? View this video from Aurora Tours of Yukon.

 

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