Located just below the Arctic Circle, Whitehorse is a travel destination that offers so much for visitors of all ages and interests. Whether you want to explore the Yukon wilderness or Whitehorse's cultural scene, cabin rental in the city enables you to live like a local, enjoying home comforts, self-catering facilities, and plenty of privacy.
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Top cultural attractions in Whitehorse: First Nations heritage and local art
Learn about local First Nations culture at Whitehorse’s outstanding Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre. Situated in the heart of the city, near the Yukon River, visitors can take a guided tour through the centre’s exhibition spaces, as well as attend creative workshops and other special events.
Also located in downtown Whitehorse, the MacBride Museum houses over 40,000 objects relating to the area’s First Nations heritage, natural history, Klondike Goldrush, and much more. It also hosts special events such as musical performances, storytelling, and movie evenings. Other great destinations for history enthusiasts include the Yukon Beringia Cultural Centre and the Copperbelt Railway and Mining Museum.
Whitehorse possesses a vibrant art scene, and several galleries and other creative spaces promote the work of local artisans. The Yukon Arts Centre houses an impressive permanent collection of works by Indigenous and other Northern artists, as well as exhibitions by visiting artists and creative programs for children. It also has two live performance spaces, where a variety of cultural events take place throughout the year. Other galleries in Whitehorse include Yukon Artists @ Work and the North End Gallery.
Whitehorse for kids: Spectacular rail journey and iconic Yukon wildlife
Children of all ages will enjoy a ride on the Whitehorse Waterfront Trolley, which begins at Peace Park, and includes stops at various popular riverside attractions. The legendary White Pass and Yukon Route Railway is another unforgettable family excursion. Beginning in Whitehorse and ending at Skagway, this historic narrow gorge rail journey was undertaken by thousands of miners during the Klondike Gold Rush.
The Yukon Wildlife Preserve, located approximately 17 miles north-west of Whitehorse, is an ideal spot to visit with young nature lovers. You can follow a three mile loop trail, and observe a dozen local species, including bison, moose, and arctic foxes, in their natural environment.
There are also plenty of options for free family fun in Whitehorse’s public parks and gardens. Featuring an assortment of exciting water features, the Lions Splash Park is a favourite destination for kids during the summer months of the year. Shipyard Park’s skating loop and its toboggan hill are a couple of great options for outdoor winter fun.
Top things to see and do in Whitehorse: Historic riverboat and scenic walking trails
The SS Klondike National Historic Site commemorates the era when riverboats travelled along the Yukon River, transporting passengers and supplies between remote townships and gold mining settlements. You can explore historic SS Klondike independently, or take a guided tour, escorted by a knowledgeable local guide.
Walking enthusiasts will also enjoy exploring the trails that meander through Whitehorse and its surrounds, many which link visitor accommodation to the city's most popular attractions. The Millennium Trail is a three-mile circuit, situated in the downtown area, and suitable for all fitness levels. Energetic visitors may also enjoy tackling the 10 mile Yukon River Trail, which leads hikers to Miles Canyon, and back again, along the opposite side of the river.
Located approximately 15 miles north-west of Whitehorse, the Takhini Hot Pools are another great spot to unwind, surrounded by breathtaking mountain vistas. Open throughout the year, these mineral springs are suitable for visitors of every age, although children must be supervised by a responsible adult at all times.
Regular events in Whitehorse: Music festivals and local markets
The Adaka Cultural Festival is a vibrant celebration of First Nations cultures that is held each summer at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre. Participating performers include musicians, traditional storytellers, dancers, drummers, and theatrical groups from Canada and beyond. Other highlights include art exhibitions, movie screenings, cultural demonstrations, and creative workshops for both children and adults.
Taking place each February, the Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous Festival is a quirky family-friendly event, with highlights that include a Superstar competition, kids' festival, crowning of the festival's queen, and the off-beat Aurora Colour Wars. Other major annual events that are held in and around Whitehorse are the 24 Hours of Light Mountain Bike Festival, Yukon Culinary Festival, Frostbite Music Festival, and Celebration of Swans. For something a little different, why not head to the Takhini Hot Pools in February for the International Hair Freezing Contest?
Shopping enthusiasts will also enjoy the Fireweed Community Market which takes place each Thursday evening from May until September, as well as for twelve days leading up to Christmas. Stalls include fresh local produce, yummy food, and beautiful items handmade by Whitehorse artisans.
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|🏡 Vacation rentals available||330 properties|
|💳 Discounts available||up to 24%|
|🌙 Price per night from||$99|
|⭐ Popular amenities||Internet, TV and Microwave|
|🐾 Pet friendly accommodation options||28 properties|
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