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This was a great spot to get wifi and internet access, with cheap printing. We stopped here when we were in port during our cruise, and we needed to finish some business back home. We appreciated this opportunity to get this done here.
This is a beautiful library. A great place to stop and enjoy a peaceful, warm afternoon on a rainy day. Great book and magazine selection for a few hours of reading. Always seems to have a used book sale going on, great for travelers and...More
Hanging out for wifi when we got off the ship, what looked like the only option, an Internet cafe, was packed so we went into town for a coffee. Found a cafe and it had a sign on the door, wifi available at the library,...More
Skagway's Public Library it's one of the best places in Skagway
I went there because I needed to use the wifi for a work on my laptop. But besides that the library is filled with great books and magazines, they also have computers you can...More
We often stop at libraries for their free wifi when we travel, and this library had so much more! It is a beautifully designed library, with lots of comfortable places to read and sit, loads of 25 cent books if you want to take something...More
This is the busiest place in town. Locals flow in and out with books and dvds. Visitors drop in to use a computer or the wi-fi or printers. Friendly staff, great sale book selection (25 cents each), and spectacular architecture and views.
This library has an award winning Storyboard Program highlighting Native culture and place names. A newly created game app lets users take iPads in the field to tell their stories and visit highlighted locations.
This place is clearly one of the hubs of the town. It was recently rebuilt in a beautiful interior woodwork with high ceilings. The tourists use it for the free wifi and to buy books before getting on the ferry. 25 cent books, you can't...More