As you arrive into town, swing by the Seward Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center and say hi! Grab a bite and something warm to sip on from one of our harbor restaurants before taking a walk through the docks of the Seward Small Boat Harbor. Keep an eye out for sea otters, sea lions and jellyfish!
Keep the wildlife viewing going with a trip to the Alaska SeaLife Center! This marine research and wildlife rehabilitation center is home to Steller sea lions, harbor seals, sea birds, salmon, octopus and more.
Reserve your spot online and check out the available sea otter and puffin encounters to make your visit extra special.
Itching to get out on the water? Take a cruise out to Kenai Fjords National Park to explore calving glaciers and for the chance to see breaching humpback whales. Wildlife and sightseeing cruises are offered daily and have all the amenities to make everyone comfortable.
Did you know that Seward is the mural capital of Alaska? 30 vibrant paintings decorate the walls of downtown depicting historical characters, local events and natural landscapes. A walking tour is a great way to spend an afternoon! You can find a great handheld map of Seward’s murals from the Seward Mural Society at Seward Visitor Center.
Get outside and explore one of Seward’s many scenic hiking trails! You can rent snowshoes and other equipment from Adventure 60 North. Refer to your Seward Visitor Guide for a map and information about local trails.