If you are in the mood for some frolicking fun, then take in the revue "Skagway in the Days of '98." Complete with dancing girls, ragtime music and a reenactment of the shoot-out between Soapy Smith and Frank Reid, the show has been running since 1927! It is staged several times a day and when cruise ships are in port. Located at Broadway and 6th Avenue.
Golden North Hotel
This hotel is Alaska's oldest hotel. Built in 1898, it still retains its gold rush era appearance. It is worth taking a stroll through the lobby. Located at Broadway and 3rd Avenue.
Gold Rush Cemetery
The cemetery is just a short walk from scenic Reid Falls, named after local hero Frank Reid. You will see the impressive monument to Reid and several other whitewashed wooden markers which are replaced by the park service when they get too worn to read.
Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park Visitor Center
Inside you can view a documentary video and historical photographs. Then take a Ranger-led guided walk through town. They can also provide details on nearby hiking trails including the famous Chilkoot Trail.
Red Onion Saloon
Have a cool beverage served on the original mahogany bar as a lady-of-the-evening mannequin peers down from what used to be the second-floor brothel. Located at Broadway and 2nd Avenue.
Trail of '98 Museum
Sharing the building with Skagway City Hall, the museum has documents relating to Soapy Smith and Frank Reid, gambling paraphernalia from the old Board of Trade Saloon, Native artifacts and much more. Located one block off Broadway