When you’ve explored the region and taken in the views, take some time to learn about our history and the land that surrounds you at the outdoor museum.


The Yukon Suspension Bridge is open from April 26, 2022. Our last day open to the public this year is September 1st, 2022. 

During the highest part of the season we are open seven days a week.

Our shoulder season of April and September may find some days when we are closed, due to no ships being in port in Skagway. Please check our Facebook page for updates. 

Visit us between 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Yukon Time or 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Alaska time.


Tickets can be purchased on site.







Under 6

6 and under


To deliver the ultimate Yukon experience to our visitors, we provide a range of excursions designed to accommodate your sense of adventure.

View Our Excursions


There are many tours operating in the region that will guide you to some of the most spectacular areas and historical sites.

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How To Get Here

We are located one hour from Whitehorse and 30 minutes from Skagway on the South Klondike Highway. The U.S. and Canada border crossing at Fraser is ten minutes by road west of the site.

Geographic latitude and longitude: +59° 48′ 19.19″, -134° 50′ 5.61″

Yukon Residents

We like to support our local community as much as possible. We know the Yukon Suspension Bridge is a great day out for the kids, a fantastic place to bring a date, and a stunning location to propose to your partner. So we provide a special discount to all local residents who want to spend the day exploring the local area.

ID showing residency will be requested.