Welcome to Skagway

Skagway holds the Guinness World Record for the most people in an egg toss. The record was set on July 4th, 2008 and stretched for several blocks on Broadway.

The Arctic Brotherhood Hall, with its more than 8,883 driftwood sticks nailed to it, is thought to be the most photographed building in Alaska

Its Most Famous Citizen is a Criminal and Villain, Jefferson Randolph Smith (AKA Soapy Smith)

The founder of the department store Nordstrom, John W. Nordstrom, spent two years in the Klondike during the Gold Rush. He earned $13,000 from a gold-mine stake before…

The haunted Golden North Hotel is the oldest hotel in Alaska.

Nearly 1 million people visit Skagway annually.

Skagway was the first incorporated city in Alaska, June 28,1900. They beat Juneau by ONE day!

kagway’s White Pass & Yukon Tour is designated an International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark. A title shared with only 35 others, including the Eiffel Tower, Statue.

Skagway is one of only three cities in Southeast Alaska accessible by road.