Jack London Museum
Jack London Museum Review
Jack London Museum is literally a stone's throw from Robert Service's cabin. This reproduction of London's home from 1897 to 1898 is constructed with half of the wood from his original wilderness home that was found south of Dawson in the 1930s. The other half was sent to Oakland, California, where a similar structure sits at Jack London Square. The small museum contains photos, documents, and letters from London's life and the gold-rush era. Half-hour talks are given twice daily during peak season.
- Address: 8th Ave. and Firth St., Dawson City, YT, Y0B 1G0
- Phone: 867/993–5575
- Cost: C$5
- Hours: May–Sept., daily interpretation presentations
- Location: Dawson City