Let our Heritage Interpreters give you the in-depth story of the riverboats that maneuvered the tricky currents of the upper Yukon River. Hear fascinating stories of life on the river. Discover how much wood it took to keep the paddlewheel turning. Learn how the ship’s captain negotiated the rapids. Find out what the crew did if the ship got stuck on a sandbar!
May 22 to September 6, 2021
10 am to 4:30 pm, daily
Access to the S.S. Klondike is by guided tour or accompanied visit only. Self-guided visits to the vessel are temporarily unavailable.
Maximum of 6 people per tour (“family bubbles” of more than 6 are allowed as long as no one else is on the tour).
We recommend you check in 30 minutes ahead of time. This will give you time to watch the 20 minute video “In the Days of the Riverboats” before your tour begins.
Note: The upper decks of the S.S. Klondike remain closed due to structural concerns. Work to address these concerns is ongoing.
Reservations are strongly recommended. For further details and to book a tour:
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interpretive tour fees (including entry)
- Adult: $7.80
- Senior: $7.30
- Youth (6 to 17): $3.90
- Child (5 and under): free