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Yukon Visitor Information Centre

100 Hanson St, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 6C2, Canada
+1 867-667-3084
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Good place to start

A good place to get started on the Yukon, especially if you have flown into Whitehorse. Though... read more

Reviewed today
Edward W
Toronto, Canada
It's OK

The movie introducing the Yukon was pretty jingoistic (the only place in the world which could make... read more

Reviewed yesterday
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100 Hanson St, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 6C2, Canada
+1 867-667-3084
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Reviewed today

A good place to get started on the Yukon, especially if you have flown into Whitehorse. Though focused on the big name areas, it also has about as much information as needed on anywhere that you might be going. We found everything that we needed...More

Thank Edward W
Reviewed yesterday

The movie introducing the Yukon was pretty jingoistic (the only place in the world which could make you feel this way) sure, whatever, and it didn't actually explain much. The displays were OK but nothing special. There were lots of pamphlets and an OK map...More

Thank chewat
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Yukon makes a great investment in its tourism and this is one of the finest I have ever seen. Plenty of benches, wifi, notice boards. Pamphlets and brochures for every town and city within a 1000 miles. Most importantly. Lots of knowledgable and interesting staff....More

Thank WillG568
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This place is a must see when you arrive into Whitehorse. The place is very informative and the people there are very helpful. They even post if certain highways are closed due to accidents, which was very helpful.

Thank Leigh P
Reviewed 3 days ago

Staff was very helpful always bringing out a map or brochure to help show where or what they were talking about. All the information was free. The building also has Wi-Fi were many visitors were catching up on things.

Thank Charlie R
Reviewed 1 week ago

A must-see get you Yukon Passport and learn where to go, what it is needed, and do you visit plan to The Yukon, great people and information free parking for travelers,

Thank Godschild7
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is one of the nicest Information centers I have visited. You can get lots of information in many languages on cities in the Yukon as well as the close US sites. The staff are very helpful. This is a good place to use WiFi....More

1  Thank c0untrygal
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I can't remember the name of the girl working there on Tuesday May 30th whose birthday it was, but she suggested a quick road trip out to Braeburn for the cinnamon buns. THANK YOU, THAT WAS THE BEST SUGGESTION EVER AND MADE MY WHOLE TRIP!

Thank seajaydw
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Whitehorse has a lot of nostalgia as well and a lot of very informed residents. the Information Centre is one of those spot to get quick local and regional information

Thank JeffkVancouver
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We used this as a base while in Whitehorse, because our car broke down and our campground didn't have free wifi. The wifi is good and fast, and the staff are very friendly and happy to give info

Thank dev45
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