The Jack London Museum and Cabin is an interpretative center featuring the life of famed American author Jack London during his time in the Klondike. Jack London is the famed author of White Fang and many other tales. The Museum shares stories of London’s adventures that would prove to be the inspiration for him many books.
Take a peek inside the cabin where London resided during his time as a Klondike gold seeker. The cabin has been outfitted with period appropriate furnishing and objects fit for a stampeder. This replica cabin is built using half of the logs from his original cabin. The other half resides in Jack London’s hometown of Oakland, California.
Open 10 – 6 daily with live presentations. Located on Eighth Avenue near the Robert Service Cabin.