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The mammoth diorama (only one in the world) as listed was interesting but not worth the hype. However the staff were very friendly and informative about the other artifacts like the dogsled and the two types of canoes. Considering it is by donation and you...More
I enjoyed the opportunity to talk with First Nations people about oral histories relating to volcanoes and about mammoths. I wanted to see the diorama based on a story about a snared Mammoth and to see constructed displays outdoors of caribou traps, bentwood tents, etc....More
Do not pass this little community by... what a beautiful little stopover. If you want to bypass the bustle of Whitehorse there is a gorgeous riverfront campsite with full hookups and laundry. Wonderful cultural sites. Loved it!!!!
This is an excellent centre for explaining and interpreting first nation culture in the Yukon, as well as the particular local features. This includes the Mammoth trap, and detailed information concerning it. This item gave me much food for thought, and I was not too...More
This is one of the only tourist attractions I could find for Carmacks. And it had 2 reviews, that were both very positive, so I had to check it out. I arrived in the afternoon and the drive from Whitehorse was quiet and the weather...More
Any effort at displays in the Yukon is much appreciated for the short tourist season. This display is small but very well done and the staff is friendly with local trips for camping and what to do and see.
I chose to be stranded here when an accident shut down the highway on the south side of the bridge at Carmacks at the end of June. This very friendly group of people quickly organized a free fire side picnic for stranded motorists despite the...More