What travellers are saying
- I got to see the beauty of Miles Canyon landscape, walking along the Yukon river trail and watching and lessen birds,and others wilds animals. (stunning scenery.Written October 17, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The Emerald Lake represents the furthest travel into the Yukon for cruise ship passengers touring from Skagway. It is also one of the highlights of the tour. The vivid colour of the water is caused by marl, fine particle clays and silt, that reflects the green colour of the spectrum. We visited in May and were able to take photos of snow covered mountains in the background.Written June 15, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The very large and new building has a lot to offer with helpful staff, lots of brochures, and is centrally located...the brochure are not only for the Yukon.nut British Columbia as well as AlaskaWritten August 28, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Always a great stop on my annual visit to Whitehorse. There is always an interesting mix of local artist creations and I don’t always purchase something but always enjoy taking in the creative energy.
Well done keeping this place available.Written April 15, 2023
- This is the second time we visit Whitehorse and North End Gallary is a mist visit place. The merchandise are unique by artist. We bought a few crafted jewellery from them this time. Must visit.Written March 25, 2023
- We stopped by for a quick visit. This is a large facility set up as a community center for locals. The main exhibit hall was closed for refurbishment, so not much to see. There was a class for hat making going on while we visited in one of the many rooms available. The artifacts shown in the main entrance and hallway were interesting.Written June 25, 2023
- Charming small bar and restaurant nice cozy vibe and yummy food a little fancier than Whitehorse pubs but tasty menu optionsWritten October 1, 2023
- During our stay outside Whitehorse on a mission to witness the magical Aurora, we came across Lumel Gallery and signed up for a 1 hour Hot Date for 2.
What an incredible experience for couples or friends. We had so much fun!
The passion of the team at Lumel is infectious.
The amazing Noah and Alec? guided us through creating 2 ornaments each. Choosing colours was the hardest part!
The ethos, community spirit and community engagement is a credit to the wonderful owners.
The artistic team members made this one-of-a-kind experience safe and one never to be forgotten.
Our creations will make us smile whenever we look at them.
We also bought some other special items made by the local artists as gifts.
The studio is worth taking time to look around with much history and fascinating inclusion of local ash in their creations.
Thank you so much Lumel team …. Lumel Gallery is a Whitehorse community gemWritten February 28, 2023
- Excellent variety of beer. Lucky to have Happy Schnitzel food truck on site on our visit. Sure not to be missies for beer lovers. It is on the south side of town right of the highway.Written May 25, 2023
- This was the first place our tour guide brought us to in Yukon and the views here are amazing! We took lots of photos here and it's really interesting to take a closer look at the materials that were used to create the statue.Written December 1, 2022
- The Fireweed market is at the Shipyard's Park. I went there on a sunny day, and it was quite busy. Picnic tables and a new playground. Vegetable stands, baked goods, food trucks and craft vendors. Two vendors selling sourdough bread. Found one vendor selling stroopwafels (a Dutch favourite treat). From another food vendor I tried a Haskap ice tea, delicious. The market is on until 3rd week of September. Worth a visit.Written August 30, 2022
- The Assembly is across the parking area from the Yukon Information Centre. Just go in and ask for a tour. They are pretty accommodating. The Assembly is one-room, but pretty nice—not gaudy or ostentatious like so many other legislatures.Written August 6, 2018
- Paul and his wife are so kind and I found just what I was looking for in their delightful shop. Visiting one of Paul's special rock hunting spots was a definite highlight of my visit to the Yukon. Paul's decades of experience, knowledgeable and passion for rocks and minerals of the area, and beyond, is impressive and his enthusiasm is infectious. He is a true gem!Written September 21, 2023
- Great fiddle music, Thursday night. Place was packed! Reminded me of the old Capital Hotel in the mid nineties. Great music, great atmosphere, amazing music and interesting clientele.Written September 15, 2023
- We went into this shop as we sought refuge from the cold. (-36 degrees). The shop offers a wide array of Yukon souvenirs and we especially like the hand-made Yukon soaps! ($1 cheaper than the MacBride Museum gift shop). There are also free samples of the very delicious fudge.Written January 16, 2020