Yukon Visitor Information Centre/Tourism and Culture Business Centre


100 Hanson Street, corner of 2nd Avenue (downtown)

May 1 to September 30: daily, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.; winter: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

vic.whitehorsespam protection@gov.yk.ca


A visual arts guide to the centre is available at the information desk. On display outside the building are: "Crow's Yukon Journey", a mixed-media work by Bill Oster and David Ashley; "Journey by Water", a stone sculpture by Alyx Jones; "Building on the Past, Looking to the Future", a mixed-media sculpture by Ken Anderson; and a life-size bronze sculpture of mountain sheep by Rick Taylor. On display inside the building are "Waves of History", stained-glass panels by Lise Merchant; "Man", a red cedar relief sculpture by Keith Wolfe Smarch; "Natural Vision", a red and yellow cedar and caribou rawhide work by Eugene Alfred; "Living Landscape of the Yukon Spirit", an acrylic on canvas by Lillian Loponen; and a showcase of First Nations arts and crafts.