Step aboard your motorcoach for a light-hearted tour of Skagway's more colorful and sometimes dark side. As you travel through the early morning streets, your driver will point out the historic saloons and storefronts where notorious scoundrels like Soapy Smith earned their reputations during the wild, lawless days of the Gold Rush. Arrive at the Red Onion Saloon and Brothel Museum where lavishly costumed madams will greet you with a garter and serve you a delicious breakfast of gold panner's scramble served with onions, peppers and cheese, sausage links and a warm buttermilk biscuit with a side of gravy. Enjoy a Red Light Bloody Mary, mimosa, Klondike Coffee or drink of your choice while the madam entertains you with stories of the gold rush's most famous working women. Step upstairs to the celebrated brothel museum and explore the halls and bedrooms, marvel at the artifacts left behind by these enterprising women, have your photograph taken with the goodtime girls, and keep your camera handy to see if you can't capture Lydia, the resident ghost! Afterwards, you will enjoy a bird's eye view of Skagway from the scenic overlook where you can photograph the valley below that was once teeming with gold hungry men and women, saloons & dance halls. This behind-the-scenes excursion brings to life an era of great glamour and intrigue.
Historical stories may contain content not appropriate for children. Minimum age to consume alcohol is 21 years. Bring a valid ID for drinking age verification.