Seward Destination Guide

Seward Destination Guide

Request a copy of our travel planner, the Seward Destination Guide. We will deliver your copy by email, or request a FREE print copy mailed to your door! ...
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Summer & Winter Itineraries

Summer & Winter Itineraries

Suggested Itineraries for any Season There are plenty of reasons to spend a day, a weekend, or a full week in Seward. The midnight sun makes an exciting ...
10 Things Around $20

10 Things Around $20

10 Things To Do in Seward for around $20 Explore Beach Sealife At low tide, head over to Lowell Point Beach to be amazed by the incredible diversity ...
Weather & Packing List

Weather & Packing List

Average Weather Conditions in Seward Be aware of the average conditions during your stay, and be sure to prepare and pack for those conditions.  There’s no bad weather ...
For Our Cruise Guests

For Our Cruise Guests

Seward serves as the point of embarkation and disembarkation for many Alaska cruise vacations, and as a port of call, is a highlight of a cruise itinerary. The ...
FAQ

FAQ

What is the population of Seward? Seward’s year-round population is approximately 2,800 residents. During the summer, our population nearly doubles as seasonal workers arrive to support our tourism ...

About Seward Alaska

Seward is located at the head of Resurrection Bay, a stunning fjord on the Gulf of Alaska. Nestled between the mountains and the ocean, our seaside community is home to approximately 2,800 year-round residents. A full range of services is available to ensure a comfortable visit including a hospital, a pharmacy, several grocers, a post office, a public library, and a variety of retail shops.

Talk to Us

Our friendly local travel experts are happy to answer your questions about Seward. Feel free to call or email while planning your visit. The Visitor Center is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and daily from mid-May through mid-September. During your visit, we invite you to drop by and say hello!

Historic Highlights

Historic Highlights

Seward is one of Alaska’s oldest communities. Our ice-free port has long served as a natural gateway to Alaska’s resource-rich
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Exit Glacier Guides & Liquid Adventures

Exit Glacier Guides & Liquid Adventures

Q&A With Brendan Ryan & Ryan Fisher It’s often said that people make the place, and we couldn’t agree more ...
Alaska Marine Coatings

Alaska Marine Coatings

Q&A With Mike Ritz of Alaska Marine Coatings It’s often said that people make the place and we couldn’t agree ...
Marathon Helicopters

Marathon Helicopters

Q&A With Mike Culver of Marathon Helicopters It’s often said that people make the place, and we couldn’t agree more ...
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