Apart from its unique location and extreme weather conditions, Yellowknife also offers visitors plenty to do and see. One of its most popular attractions is The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre which houses an impressive collection of Indigenous artifacts from all over the North as well as a recreated traditional Dene Village complete with a teepee and trapper's cabin. Additionally, many visitors come to take advantage of one or more outdoor activities like cross-country skiing or fishing on Great Slave Lake. For those looking for an adrenaline rush, helicopter tours are available that take you up close to Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights). Lastly, no trip is complete without visiting The Wildcat Cafe - a local eatery open since 1965 that serves up some famous breakfast burritos!
Yellowknife City Hall, Northern Images, Aurora Emporium Art Gallery, Cornerstone Pentecostal Church, Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, Niven Lake Trail, Fred Henne Territorial Park, Forrest Drive, Bush Pilot's Monument, Frame Lake Trail, Yellowknife Visitor Centre and Information, The Prospector trail
Yellowknife City Hall, Yellowknife Vineyard Christian Fellowship, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Forrest Drive, Morrison Drive, Cornerstone Pentecostal Church, Church of Christ, Kingdom Hall of Jehova's Witnesses, Yellowknife United Church, The Salvation Army Citadel, Calvery Community Church, St. Patrick's Parish, Old Town Glassworks, Prospector Trail Scenic Viewpoint, Ahmic Air, Gallery of the Midnight Sun, Somba K'e park, Northern Arts and Cultural Centre (NACC)