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The old church museum looked interesting on the outside. The inside was mostly articles on the history with some old artifacts. We went through the inside in about twenty minutes or so and back track to see if we missed anything for another few minutes...More
We stopped by but decided not to pay the fee to see all of the museum. Much of it can be seen from the ticket desk and most of it appeared to be walls of old photos and written information. The outside and entrance were...More
Quaint and full of history of the intro of Anglican religion into the Yukon and conversion to Christianity including translating the Bible into Tukudh language - see Psalm 23 in the photos! Linda did a great job leading our group of six through the region...More
Much better than I expected as a Museum with a wonderful story to it and a marvelous collection of historical exhibits. A lovely spiritual story of the Yukon First Nations people. Thousands of museum objects and pictures that well display the life between the people...More
We were walking around Whitehorse and came on this building. Inside, the wooden interior glows with warm colour, all golden timber. The altar remains, as do the various instruments used in its time as a cathedral Around the walls there are old photos of some...More
Not on my top 5 list of things to do in Whitehorse. I think the MacBride Museum and Beringia were much more fun for me and my kids. However its easy to get to from main street as its a couple minutes walk.
This is a very historic site and has great significance in the history of the Anglican church in the north, particularly in the Yukon. We were very interested as we had lived in the NWT at one time and there were some connections with the...More