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Summer Transportation around Seward

Joining us in Seward this summer without a car? Don't worry! There are plenty of options for traveling to Seward from destinations like Homer and Anchorage -- even Denali National Park and Fairbanks! There are also options for traveling around Seward when you get here. One of our favorite modes of…

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Member Spotlight: Resurrect Art Coffee House & Art Gallery

Those looking for a place to cozy up in Seward during any season, look no further than Resurrect Art Coffee House and Art Gallery. ‘Rez Art’ is housed in a 100 year-old former church, a perfectly novel setting to enjoy a latté, meet a friend, support local artists and try a bakery treat (or two)…

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Seward will be here

As things constantly change during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Visit Seward is asking that visitors follow all state and federal travel restrictions and mandates. We love sharing our small, coastal community with you and can't wait to see you again, when the time is right. In the meantime…

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Seward Visitor Resources for COVID-19

The safety of our visitors and residents is Seward’s highest priority. In the midst of the current pandemic, we welcome visitors, but ask that they travel smart. Many businesses are now open to guests with updated policies in response to the coronavirus. For information on which businesses are…

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Member Spotlight: Angels Rest on Resurrection Bay

Member Spotlight - Angels Rest on Resurrection Bay It’s often said that people make the place, and we couldn’t agree more. Our spotlight series introduces you to the Seward Chamber of Commerce members who make our community an incredible place to live, work and play. Angels Rest on Resurrection Bay…

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Woman Raises Nearly $250,000 to Fight Cancer

By Kat Sorensen The article was first published by The Seward Sun on Jan. 25, 2019. It is reprinted here with permission. More than 20 years ago, Christy Hill of Homer set off for Girdwood’s Slush Cup but encountered a few problems. She was months early. And she went to the wrong town. Hill and…

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Seward’s Place in Iditarod History

It's a fair question: What's a coastal town located approximately 1,000 miles from Nome have to do with the Iditarod? Although Seward's connection to Nome stretches back to the early days of the gold rush, our community also maintains a modern-day connection to the Iditarod race through some very…

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