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Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

319 Second Ave, Seattle, WA 98104

Admission: Free
Open 7 days a week from 9am to 5pm

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park is located in the old Cadillac Hotel in Seattle’s Historic District. That’s right, a National Park indoors. The Cadillac was built in 1889 and was a favorite of the adventurers head for the Gold Fields in Alaska and the Yukon. Experience the spirit of the Klondike Gold Rush come to life as you tour 20 interactive exhibits winding through this two story museum.

The Pioneer District covers over twenty city blocks, containing thirty plus fine art galleries, two hundred plus unique and independently owned specialty shops, restaurants, and coffee houses.

Visit an art gallery or two, stop at a rug shop and learn about the workmanship that produces these wonderful items, buy a book to remind you of Seattle, stop and refresh yourself with lunch or dinner and a beverage of your choice while learning about the history of that very building.

On every first Thursday evening of the month, from February — December, take a stroll among the art exhibits at the free "Art In The Park" event. Chat up an artist, they are great folks and would love to discuss their particular style of art with you.