Welcome to the new Seward.com!

Orca pod swimming in rez bay

Welcome to the new Seward.com!

The Seward Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center Staff is excited to present the new Seward.com! Creating this website is a work in progress, so as you explore everything our town has to offer if you have any comments or recommendations, let us know at communications@seward.com. 

A Winter Weekend in Seward
*featuring businesses that are open year round

Day 1: 

Start your day with a steaming cup of coffee and fresh baked goods at Resurrect Art Coffee Shop, then get out on the water for the day with Seward Ocean Excursions. For dinner, enjoy a meal at a local’s favorite - the Breeze Inn or finish your day with a delicious bowl of curry at Woody’s Thai. Enjoy the convenience of staying right in the harbor at the Harbor 360 Hotel or if looking for a peaceful retreat, book one of our many vacation rentals open year-round

Day 2: 

Get your morning fuel at another local coffee shop, 13 Ravens Coffee & Books and be inspired by featured books by local authors. Hike the 4.2 mile round trip trail out to Tonsina Point, accessible year round, to enjoy stunning views of Resurrection Bay and Godwin Glacier across the way. In the afternoon, enjoy the local art galleries of Seward including the Ranting Raven and Irvin Pottery (recommended to call ahead). After exploring the downtown art galleries, wind down with a glass of wine and a charcuterie board at Primrose Provisions!

  • Alternative hiking option: Lost Lake Hike: A short hike (3-4 hours round trip) to the Dale Clemen’s cabin on the Lost Lake Winter Trail affords you expansive views of Resurrection Bay. Pack snacks and enjoy hot beverages on the winter wonderland of Lost Lake Trail.

*Bonus* - For those seeking a true Alaskan winter adventure head out heli skiing with Silverton Mountain Guides OR Alaska Backcountry Access for snow machine tours!