The Dawson City Museum is housed in the Old Territorial Administration Building National Historic Site.
The museum’s exhibits provide an in-depth look at Dawson City’s rich social and mining history, the Hän First Nations People, pre-gold rush history, the colourful Gold Rush era, and the natural history of the Klondike. The museum also had three Klondike Mines Railway locomotes housed in the museum’s train shelter. One of these trains is among the oldest preserved examples in Canada.
The museum also boasts temporary exhibits, gallery tours by costumed interpreters, audiovisual programs, rocker box and gold pouring demonstrations, special events, research services, and a gift and coffee shop.