Cultural Access Pass

A gift to each Canadian citizen during their first year of citizenship, the Cultural Access Pass provides complimentary admission to more than 1,000 of Canada's cultural treasures from coast-to-coast-to-coast. The Cultural Access Pass creates opportunities for Canada's newest citizens to discover our rich cultural history, world-renowned artworks, historical figures and stunning parks.

The Yukon Historical & Museums Association is a designated Pick Up Location for the Cultural Access Pass in the Yukon.

The following Yukon attractions currently participate in the CAP Program:

  • Chilkoot Trail Nationa Historic Site
  • Copperbelt Railway and Mining Museum
  • Dawson Historical Complex National Historic Site
  • Dredge No. 4 National Historic Site
  • Ivvavik National Park
  • Kluane National Park and Reserve
  • S.S. Keno National Historic Site
  • S.S. Klondike National Historic Site
  • Vuntut National Park
  • Yukon Transportation Museum

 

Are you a new Canadian looking to join the CAP program?

Visit the ICC website for more information and to register.

If you have registered for a Cultural Access Pass, you may pick up your pass at any designated Pickup Location across the country. If you are coming to YHMA to pick up a pass, please give us a call at 667-4704 to confirm office hours!

To pick-up your pass, please bring:

  • Your Cultural Access Pass registration confirmation number (found on the registration confirmation page or the confirmation e-mail sent to you after you registered)
  • A piece of photo ID with your birth date on it
  • Your Citizenship Certificate (the letter sized certificate with your name and date of citizenship given to you at the citizenship ceremony)

 

Are you a Yukon heritage or cultural attraction interested in becoming part of the program? Visit www.icc-icc.ca, e-mail CAP@icc-icc.ca or phone 1-888-359-6998 for more information.