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Go Local - A Look Into a Local's Past

Skagway, Alaska, USA

Go Local - A Look Into a Local's Past


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Delve into Skagway’s wild-and-woolly past by hearing tales of the early settlers and discussing the town’s raucous, free-wheeling history over a few beers. While driving through Skagway, you can expect to see historical buildings such as the driftwood-adorned Arctic Brotherhood Hall and the notorious Red Onion Saloon, which was a brothel during the gold rush. Six blocks in downtown Skagway are designated a National Historic District, where you can find the homes and businesses of some of the earliest locals, whose reputations have long outlived them. Most of these characters are buried in the Gold Rush Cemetery. While stopping there, you will see the final resting place of con man Soapy Smith who died in a shootout in 1898 and the grave of huckster Martin Itjen, who caused a stir by chaining the world’s largest gold nugget to a tree. Afterwards, you can discuss what you’ve seen while sampling a selection of local beers at a microbrewery.

Need to Know:

Note: Guests will be getting in and out of coach multiple times for picture stops as well as spending long periods of time outside. It is not recommended for guests who utilize a wheelchair. Dress in weather-appropriate clothing. Wear flat comfortable walking shoes. Guests who go ashore do so with the understanding that they will be mixing with members of the general public.

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Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.
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