Discovery Claim Interpretive Panels
Discovery Claim National Historic Site of Canada is the place where the Klondike gold rush began in 1896. Located on Bonanza Creek near Dawson City, Yukon, the historic site measures some 152.4 (500 ft.) by 609.6 metres (2000 ft.) and is now known as the Discovery Claim Trail.
Officially opened in 2011, the site features a walking path and 24 interpretive panels that chronicle key characters, events and outcomes during and following the gold rush. The Klondyke Centennial Society owns the claim and they work together with Parks Canada and the Yukon Government to manage it.