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Arctic Brotherhood Camp No. 1, Skagway

4.6
#15 of 45 in Historic Sites in Alaska
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Landmark
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  • As they told, this house was totally built and embellished by pieces of wood thrown on the shore by ocean waves.  more »
  • This is a unique building with a facade like none I had ever seen before. It is a great picture stop because your friends back home will be intrigued by the exterior decorations. There is...  more »
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  • Everyone there was super helpful. We wanted to do a day hike, and they helped us find a perfect hike.
  • Not really a museum, per se, but the Camp No. 1 in Skagway was the brotherhood of miners and now serves as the Visitor Information Center. It is also the most photographed building in Skagway, due to the unusual facade covered in over 8,800 driftwood sticks nailed to the front wall—it’s certainly eye-catching! The original hall dates back to the 1900s and served as a base for the brotherhood until 1920.

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