Of particular interest to me was the architecture, especially the chinking material used on the oldest part of the structure/s. Exhibits are interesting. Why would someone eat their shoes? Entrance fee is $6, which might seem like a lot for something so small, but the guides are interesting, and it's a good cause. The small gift shop has a items... 更多
This little museum has some interesting history. Particularly the beginning of the settlers and the Anglican church. We enjoyed sitting and watching the video about the history of the Churches and the First Nations.
I saw this little log cabin church on my route around the city and as a good Anglican I had to stop in to investigate. What a nice place! the young docent staff were very accommodating and knowledgeable. The displays were thoughtful and interesting. I especially loved the video on the Reverend Stringer and his family. What a family! What... 更多
This museum offered an interesting perspective on life in the Yukon with stories and artifacts from the early missions of the Anglican church. It was very interesting -- and the free guided tour was particularly informative. The museum is small, so there's not a lot to see, but there are a number of videos that are worth watching.
This museum is in the downtown Whitehorse area. It has street parking. It cost us $6 to get in. There was a lot of interesting information to read and many artifacts that were interesting to look at. Three younger individuals were working there and were available if you had any questions. You could also get a personal guided tour with... 更多
the guides were amazing. They truly spent the time to walk us through the old church from both the inside and the outside. We stopped by because we were walking by and saw the guided tour sign. It was not a mistake and was a truly great way to spend about 2 hours and go through a church built in... 更多
Although the old church was small inside, there was quite a bit of information contained within the historical wooden logs. Make sure you watch the video which explains why the bishop ate his shoes.
We started our time in Whitehorse at this little church and appreciated the displays as an intro to the history of the city and area.
I have an original picture of this that was done in the 1930's but I did not know exactly where the church was. It was such a shock to find it. And then to learn the history behind the church and the minister that founded the church. If you like history like I do you will enjoy every moment spent... 更多