Bring the spirit of the Gold Rush to life with Alaska.org's exclusive Skagway Audio Guide, narrated by one of Skagways' favorite sons, Buckwheat Donahue, a captivating storyteller, entertainer, historian, and adventurer.
Points of Interest
Stop and take your picture in front of the most photographed building in Alaska. In times past, it was a fraternal hall; the local chapter of the Brotherhood first met here in August 1899. (Step across the street, and you’ll notice the letters “A.B.” and the “1899” above the door, and “Camp Skagway No. 1” on the overhang. The organization’s symbol, a gold pan and nuggets, is up near the roof line. The façade, which dates from 1900, has been… ...more