Local carvings, native made leather goods, local made wooden bowls, metal art made by the owner Ronald Berg. Soft ice cream, hard ice cream, jade jewelry, many different wildlife welcome signs, wildlife art and décor.
A unique eatery with local northern sensations and character! Items to stay or to go. Yukon Brewing draft beers on tap, baked goods, espresso, ice cream, and more!
Bearpaw Gifts in Building C is a seasonal souvenir store in Carcross featuring a combination of souvenirs including unique items that have been hand made by First Nations artists in Canada and the Yukon. We also feature one of a kind and difficult to find clothing and accessories which will be appreciated both for their functionality and appearance.
Creative and handcrafted fresh maple products. Locally produced, only using 100% pure maple syrup and local flavours. Year round maple taffy on the snow. The Maple Rush is offering an unusual and wide variety of maple products, to enjoy either fresh or as the perfect Canadian gift. Visit us and enjoy a free sample!
Shelley MacDonald Jewellery Designer
Based out of a small studio in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Shelley MacDonald Jewellery makes handmade and one-of-a-kind rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets inspired by Northern Canada.
A beautiful little gem located in the “six- legged split tail beaver house” with a unique and welcoming atmosphere where locals and tourists alike meet over freshly ground coffees from Yukons own Bean North coffee roasters. We offer delectable espresso drinks- hot and cold-, excellent teas, Italian sodas and organic lemonades. We are THE place for gluten-free and vegan pastries, soups, salads and snacks. Homemade Italian pizza, pasta and grilled sandwiches, freshly prepared just for you.
Lead carver Keith Wolfe Smarch heads the Carcross /Tagish First Nation’s carving program. Junior carvers work on a variety of carved items, including large poles. People are welcome to watch the carvers at work and learn about this art form.
This is the busiest visitor centre in the Yukon. Over 70,000 people pass through here each year. If you are looking for advice for what to do in Carcross or anywhere else in the Yukon this is the right place to stop.
For more information, contact Carcross Visitor Information CentrePhone: 1-867-821-4431Fax: 1-867-821-3006
Opened May 1st to September 30th, 8am to 8pm.
The Yukon Arts Centre in partnership with Carcross/Tagish First Nation, and Carcross/Tagish Management Corporation have created a visual art showcase, to promote Yukon art in Carcross. Supported by Yukon Government, Art House Carcross is a staffed venue showcasing select exceptional local artists to the hundred thousand visitors that come to Carcross over the summer season.
For further information, please contact the staff by email at: email@example.com
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In 1990, the S.S. Tutshi was almost completely destroyed by a fire. The remains have been preserved as a memorial site.
The British Navigation Company was established in 1900 and used steam-powered paddle wheelers to provide transportation between communities on the Yukon river system. Carcross was the entry point for most travellers and the hub for the Southern Lakes area. In 1917, the company launched The S.S. Tutshi – a luxury tourist boat for the region. It had its heyday during the 1920s, but by the late 1950s it was dry docked and eventually purchased by the Yukon government to be restored as an interpretive site. In 1990, the S.S. Tutshi was almost completely destroyed by a fire. The remains have been preserved as a memorial site.
Learn more on www.sstutshi.com
20 years designing and crafting with local material. Including various artists and myself. Jewelry, dolls, local minerals, leather work, clothing, traditional indigenous work from some other parts of the Americas as well. Always hand crafted, not in series, very unique pieces. Suppliers choose very carefully, supporting families directly. NOT MADE IN CHINA!
Mixed Media and Indigenous Creations by local artisans.