Has it been awhile since you’ve been in a church? Or maybe, never? Well then you are in luck because you’ll be visiting a museum that happens to be in an old church. Sure, it’s about church history but as you’ll find out, that’s just the spirited part of Yukon history.

You are all, without exception, welcome!



Summer Hours:
Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm
Sunday 12pm to 4pm

Winter Hours:
Open by appointment, call 668-2555


$6 Adults
$5  Seniors/Students
$12  Family Pass
free  6 and Under


We are located in downtown Whitehorse at the Corner of 3rd Avenue and Elliott Street




Tours are offered in the summer every Monday to Saturday:  11:00am - 2:30pm - 4:00pm 

Tours are offered on the following subjects:

Yukon’s Spirited History

A guided tour around the Old Log Church Museum, touching on various aspects of the history of the Anglican Church in the Yukon and how this ties into the broader history of the Yukon.

Not Just Wives: Women of the Church

Hear stories about some of the significant women in the Anglican Church in the Yukon, the important contributions that these women made and about women’s history in general.

If These Walls Could Talk: History and Architecture of the Old Log Church and Rectory

A guided tour of this designated heritage site. See historic photos of the surrounding area, learn about the building of the church and rectory and the changes that have been made to them through history.

Museum Eye-Spy Memory Bottles for Kids

Upon request, kids can tour the museum with a guide or at their own pace placing memory tokens in a bottle to remember the stories they learned. The bottle is filled with coloured rice and sealed as a memory keepsake of their museum visit. Please inquire for group rates.