Old Log Church Museum

The Old Log Church Museum is at the corner of 3rd Ave. & Elliott St. Open to the public late May to Labor Day 10am – 6pm; The building is the original Anglican Church  built  in 1900 by Rev. R.J. Bowen. Recently restored this log church and  rectory  have been declared the first territorial historic site in the Yukon.  The church houses exhibits showing the pre-contact life of aboriginal people, early exploration, gold rush, whaling, missionaries and the construction of the  Alaska Highway relics, photographs and books representing early day religious  denominationsin the Yukon.

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