• Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park - Seattle, Washington

      Seattle played an important role in the gold rushes to the north as it became the staging area for most of the stampeders heading north to the Klondike and riches! The gold rushes in Canada and Alaska also made rich men of many businessmen in Seattle. Stop at Pioneer Square and find out more; displays, walking tours, cell phone tour, videos and ranger presentations throughout the day.

      If you go:
      Summer hours are 9 to 5 during the summer, seven days/week. No fee. Closed major holidays. Street parking is $4, parking garages available nearby. This is a single building so not the usual park.


      319 Second Avenue
      Seattle, Washington 98104 USA

      Phone Numbers:

      Visitor Center
      +1 (206) 220-4240