We are proud to showcase a permanent collection that contains some of the finest modern and traditional art from the Carcross Tagish First Nation as well as artifacts that represent our 7000 years of history in our Traditional Territory.
Our gallery and exhibits include carving, beadwork, ceremonial regalia, masks, paintings, footwear, cloth garments, sculptures, bentwood boxes, a dug out canoe, and more. The interactive galleries are fully accessible with interpretive signage and short film displays.
Tours are available on request but the gallery is open for self guided visitors.
Please note: due to seasonality and operational demands, not all programming highlighted below may be available at the time of your inquiry. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Sharing our culture and knowledge has been our practice for as long as we can remember. Whether you wish to tour our facility with one of our interpretive staff or sit down for a workshop, we have programming perfect for visitors to Carcross and the Yukon as well as for local school groups hoping to learn more about First Nations culture.
Below is a taste of our current cultural programming, please book ahead by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information and availability, please book ahead of your visit by contacting email@example.com. Please note that due to seasonality and operational demands, not all programming highlighted above may be available at the time of your inquiry. We apologize for any inconvenience.