Nestled in the Chugach Range on the Kenai Peninsula, the seaside community of Seward is rich with Alaskan scenery and culture. The Alaska Railroad departs daily for Seward, winding through scenic mountain passes and sweeping views. Travelers to Seward may also take a comfortable motorcoach from Anchorage every day. A visit to this quaint town promises a broad variety of exciting wildlife and exceptional views of Alaska's beautiful coastline.
Seward has numerous activities for all ages and interests. This seaside community rests at the edge of Kenai Fjords National Park. Taking a cruise vessel into the Park is a sure way of coming face to face with tidewater glaciers and an abundance of Alaska marine wildlife. Seward is also host to Alaska's favorite Fourth of July celebration and the Silver Salmon Derby every year.
Kenai Fjords National Park Tour
Embark on a scenic wildlife and glacier cruise into the Kenai Fjords National Park with Seward's most experienced guides.
Resurrection Bay Tour
Enjoy a wildlife cruise through Resurrection Bay and visit towering cliffs and mountainous coastline.
Exit Glacier Hike
Take a guided hike to beautiful Exit Glacier and enjoy scenic trails with an experienced naturalist guide.
Other Seward Attractions
Sunny Cove Sea Kayaking
Get close to Seward's abundant wildlife when you set out into beautiful Resurrection Bay on a guided kayaking tour.
Alaska SeaLife Center
Explore Seward's fascinating marine environment with a memorable visit to the Alaska SeaLife Center.
Ididaride Sled Dog Tour
Take a tour through the sled dog kennel of 2004 Iditarod champion, Mitch Seavey. Ididaride places you behind a team of energetic huskies for a fascinating sled dog tour.
Go Fishing for the mighty halibut or reel in an Alaskan salmon that will be the envy of your friends back home!
Local artists produce watercolors, pottery and hand-blown glass that can be found in the many galleries in Seward. These authentic crafts make priceless Christmas gifts.
Seward on a Shoestring
Historic Seward Walking Tour
The local paper, the Seward Phoenix Log, offers a walking tour of historic buildings and sites around Seward. Pick up the map at the Seward Chamber of Commerce.
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