Experience Skagway with Alaska's original city historical tour for an informative fun filled 90 minutes to "all points of interest". Skagway character Martin Itjen came here looking for gold in 1898 and became the town's most celebrated storyteller. He gave Alaska's first motorized sightseeing tour on his "Skagway Street Car" for U.S. President Warren G. Harding in 1923 and delighted visitors for decades. Today, Martin's tour lives on! Aboard your yellow 1927 sightseeing bus, your costumed "conductor" passes on a century of history, behind-the-scenes tales and stories.
Explore the waterfront and National Park Historic District, enjoy the panoramic views from the scenic overlook and have your camera ready for the recounting of the Soapy Smith gunfight at the Gold Rush Cemetery. Highlighting the history of this gold rush town and the pioneer families that built it, you'll motor through the residential neighborhoods of Skagway, famous for its flower gardens. A courtesy stop is made in town for those wanting to shop or explore before the tour continues back to the ship. Don't miss seeing "all points of interest" aboard the Skagway Street Car.