Jack London Museum
May – September
600 Firth Street, Dawson City, Y0B 1G0
Tucked in a quiet corner of Dawson City, this quaint museum is dedicated entirely to the life and writing of White Fang author, Jack London. Browse through historical archives and photographs, while learning about London’s adventures before, during and after, the Klondike Gold Rush. Explore the museum on your own, or visit during one of our interactive and informative presentations.
As an extra treat, take a peek inside the home where London resided during his days as a Klondike gold seeker, complete with contemporary furnishing and objects fit for a stampeder. This replica is built from half of the logs of London’s original cabin, which was located on the North Fork of Henderson Creek (the other half resides in London’s hometown of Oakland, California).