During your stay at the Airport Chalet, you don’t have to venture very far to experience the beauty and history of the Yukon. Below are just a few attractions to be sure to visit during your time in Whitehorse.

Beringia Interpretive Centre

Discover the ice-age fossils that were known about by the Yukon First Nations but made known to scientists by the gold seekers during the “Gold Rush”

Yukon Wildlife Preserve

Open year-round, join a guided tour bus, or take a stroll, along the 5 km/3 mi loop and view iconic Yukon species in large natural landscapes. 

MacBride Museum

MacBride Museum is a fun, interactive and educational museum that highlights the overall history of the Yukon

Yukon Transportation Museum

Discover the history of Yukon transportation and the part these modes of transportation played in the shaping of the Yukon of today.

Miles Canyon

Originally referred to as Grand Canyon, Fredrick Schwatka renamed it in July of 1883 Miles Canyon after General Nelson Miles.