Arts & Culture
Seward’s historic downtown and picturesque boat harbor are home to quaint galleries, quirky shops, and one of the largest public mural collections in Alaska.
Home to a thriving artists and makers scene, Seward hosts several events year-round that feature local artists, makers, and vendors.
Spend an afternoon exploring the 30+ vibrant paintings dotting Seward, proudly known as the 'Mural Captial of Alaska.' Under direction from the Seward Mural Society, each painting depicts unique historical characters, local events, and natural landscapes while celebrating the beauty and spirit of Alaska.
Curated by the Resurrection Bay Historical Society, the Seward Community Library & Museum houses a collection that documents Seward's past. The museum is located on the first floor of the city library and hosts events about historical people and events throughout the year.
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We are pleased to announce that we will be showing the Iditarod National Historic Trail: A History and Waves Over Seward: The Good Friday Earthquake, daily at 2pm, Tuesday-Saturday. Each movie lasts 25 minutes and will be shown back to back with a suggested $5 donation that is split between the...
Seward will be celebrating the 4th of July in 2021! The Seward Chamber of Commerce is planning for the holiday festivities and invites visitors to join us for a one-of-a-kind Seward 4th of July across the holiday weekend from July 1 to July 5. The 2021 July 4th Festival will be a different...