The Arctic Brotherhood Hall is the most photographed building in Skagway. This building is one of the prime examples of the Victorian rustic architecture and was built in 1899. This hall was the headquarters for arctic brotherhood Camp. A façade was constructed a year later and it contains more than 8,800 pieces of driftwood that was collected from the locally available tidal flats. Inside you will get to know about the Arctic Brotherhood and watch the special program that is shown in the main hall when it is the visitor season.