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Palace Grand closed for 2016
The Palace Grand Theatre will be closed for the 2016 operational season. Re-constructed in 1961, it still contains the original heating and ventilating system, fire suppression and lighting. These outdated systems will be replaced to reflect new building codes, provide more efficient operations and improved safety and comfort for patrons and performers.
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The Palace Grand Theatre will also undergo significant work to stabilize the failing foundation which is currently subject to movement from melting permafrost. Other construction will be done on the stage backdrops, foyer equipment, sound systems and other stage equipment.
The number and complexity of the component projects involved in the Palace Grand revitalization initiative combined with a relatively short northern construction season require that the facility be closed for the 2016 season.
Management plan review
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We are beginning a management plan review for the Klondike National Historic Sites. Learn more...
Take a Klondike souvenir home with you!
Find the new Parks Canada's Klondike Merchandise on sale at the Visitor's Information Centre on Front St. from 9am to 5pm daily during the operational season.
New ways to discover the Klondike!
A new town site-guide can accompany you on one of three guided walking tours of Dawson or just as a classy souvenir of The Dawson Historical Complex National Historic Site. Also available is a Klondike goldfields site-guide featuring The Dredge No. 4 and Discovery Claim National Historic Sites, available in English, French, German and Japanese.
Find these helpful site-guides and more at the Visitor's Information Centre on Front St. from 9am to 5pm daily during the operational season.
Find the Red Chairs of the Klondike National Historic Sites!
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The Red Chairs Experience Program is intended to provide opportunities to connect with nature, and to experience the most unique and treasured places within Canada. Visitors are encouraged to seek out the “Red Chairs” to enjoy these special places and to share their experience through social media and other communication channels.
Red Chairs are located in the Klondike goldfields.