See what's going on at the Yukon Transportation Museum. Here, we'll list upcoming events that you won't want to miss. Also have a look at programs and projects we currently have under way.


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YTM Movie Night 'Never Happen Here - The Whitehorse 9-11 Story'

July 21, 7pm

The Yukon Transportation Museum presents the compelling Northern chapter of the 9/11 story and its effects on Whitehorse, Yukon.

On 9/11, the peaceful world of a remote northern town was shattered when a "hijacked" 747 approached with fighter jets on its tail. Schools were evacuated, and parents, already shaken by images of the tragedy in New York City, raced in panic to locate their children in what they feared could be the last moments of their lives. 

Until that day, the people of Whitehorse, Yukon believed that such a thing could "never happen here." A decade later, questions remain about why a hostile Korean airliner was diverted to Canada. 

7pm: Introduction by Max Fraser, the movie's writer-director-producer.

Film Showing (45mins)

8pm: (Approximately) David White, an Air Traffic Controller in the tower that day will share his memories.

Transportation Hall of Fame 2015 Ceremony

June 2, 7pm


YTM Week Long Summer Camps for 7 - 9 Year Olds

June 15-19

Everything Yukon Transportation

Does it move, people, stuff or ideas?  Then its transportation! This is a peek through the window into the weird, wonderful, common and curious transportation modes of the Yukon.


July 6-10

I Think I Can: Yukon Trains

What's the best way to build a railway in the Yukon?... Tell a northerner it can't be done.  Our trains go over mountain ranges and into the hearts of mountains.  We have tracks built out of logs and trains with wheels.  Yukon ingenuity!


July 20-24

Up Up and Away: Yukon Aviation and Flight

Learn and play with the fascinating stories of Yukon aviation. Yukoners take to the skies in every which way.  Helicopters! Hot air balloons! Airplanes!


Aug 3-7

Dear Old Dogs: Friends, Workers, Racemates

We love those stinky, beautiful, drooly sweethearts.  Whether snoozing in the sun, barking at squirrels, delivering mail, racing the Yukon Quest, or running traplines - they are quintessential Yukoners.


All camps include one or more field trips, games components, art sessions, and creative learning projects.  Members: $160/week  |  Non Members $175/week


May 21, 2015

Opening Celebration: Complementary museum admission and lunch time BBQ by donation.


May 19, 2015

Opening Day: March 19 to end of August we are open seven days a week, 10-6.


April 20th through May 15th, 2015

Open 12-3, Monday to Friday


March 6, 2015

Ice Palace Blues: Brandon Isaak - SOLD OUT!