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Skagway Centenial Statue, Skagway

Monument · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Skagway Centenial Statue is located in Skagway. To visit Skagway Centenial Statue on your trip to Skagway, use our Skagway trip planner.
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  • This statue is located  in the middle of a park near the White Pass train depot. This sculpture represents a typical scene at the start of the gold rush time in August 1897. It shows a Tlingit packer....  more »
  • The "touristy" stuff is there, but I spoke with one of the clerks and asked what would she do for one day in town. Her reply was "The Days of '98" play / spoof history of the town and the waterfall.....  more »
  • If you happen to be walking back to your cruise ship or simply past here, it is worth stopping to look and read the plaques put here for the centennial celebrations. Interesting.  more »
  • A memorable informative experience
  • Nice place to visit
  • This statue remembers the early pioneers brought to Skagway by the gold Rush. It is an easy walk from the town or cruise ships. The plaque tells the story of Skagway's founding, and original meaning of the town name. Look around you to find other markers and memorials to the animals of the Gold Rush, 'Three Thousand Pack Animals'.
  • Very beautiful
  • Didn't go to the museum. Nice park to rest and enjoy the sun. Hard almost impossible to read the plaque.

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