The Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre represents the return of our people to our traditional home along the banks of the Chu Nínkwän (Yukon River).
This beautiful facility allows Kwanlin Dün First Nation to maintain our tradition of welcoming others to experience, respect and enjoy the lands and waters in our territory.
Celebrating and Sharing our Culture
The Cultural Centre is a place for us to celebrate and share our history, traditions and culture with Yukoners and visitors from around the world.
We have a place for artists to make and display their work, an elders’ lounge for our elders to share their stories, classrooms for people to learn our languages, and a large corridor for displays that will guide people through our history and culture.
Providing a Gathering Space for All
Located at the foot of Black Street, the sustainably-built facility is one of the largest meeting spaces in the City of Whitehorse.
The facility contains a diversity of spaces appropriate for conferences and conventions, workshops and weddings, cultural events and experiences. Set beside the river, it provides a welcoming and peaceful space.
The building also houses the new Whitehorse Library and Kwanlin Dün’s archives.