Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

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319 2nd Ave S (at S Jackson St.)
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 220-4240
History Museum, National Park
Mon–Sun: 10:00 AM–5:00 PM

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  • learn about Seattle's contribution to the Gold Rush
  • This park tells the story Seattle played in the Gold Rush of 1898. Some miners stayed in Seattle & made fortunes in other ways, including John Nordstrom, the founder of Nordstrom department stores.
  • Has an extensive collection of books regarding Seattle as it was forming inrobrhe city we know today. Immersive experience toueing the park. Excellent facility.
  • No admission price - it's free!!
  • Indoor museum is FREE! Stay dry and get a tour with a Park Ranger to learn about Seattle's fascinating history! Gift shop has real gold artifacts for sale too!
  • An undiscovered National Park Service gem, hidden in a historic hotel in downtown Seattle
  • Lots of stuff for your passbook: (a) Stamp is in bookstore; (b) 3 embossed stamps in exhibit; (c) Etched image from metal plate; (d) 2 more stamps but you must take boat or train. Good luck!!
  • Cliff Hare is the manager of the gift shop. Avid reader and history enthusiast. Ask him about local history!
  • It's worth seeing the movie!
  • Video is exceptional.
  • Give yourself time to look
  • HEART Of GOLD!! My Dad Would Have Loved This!!
  • Great place to take kids!