Alaska SeaLife Center
301 Railway Avenue, Seward ~ (888) 378-2525
The Alaska SeaLife Center is a non-profit marine science facility dedicated to understanding and maintaining the integrity of the marine ecosystem of Alaska through research, rehabilitation and public education. The Center's research facilities and naturalistic exhibits immerse visitors in the dynamic marine ecosystems of Alaska.
Ididaride Sled Dog Tours
12820 Old Exit Glacier Road, Seward ~ (907) 224-8607
This is a must see and experience adventure!
Dallas Seavey, 28, a third time winner, grandson of Dan Seavey, and son of Mitch Seavey, won the 2015 Iditarod Dog Sled Race. Mitch Seavey 53, won twice and placed 2nd in 2015. Dan Seavey, the original Iditarod dog sled racer, and historian, wrote the book, The First Great Race (Alaska's 1973 Iditarod), in 2014.
The Seavey family offers exciting summer dog sled rides at Grandfather Dan's homestead in Seward, and at Mitch's kennel in Sterling. Both tours give guests a behind-the-scenes tour of an Iditarod racing kennel and 100% of proceeds go to supporting Seavey racing efforts.
1302 4th Avenue, Seward ~ (907) 224-3968
Aurora Charters is a family owned & operated business and Seward foremost fishing charters company. Offering world class Halibut & Salmon fishing, both half day’s & full day.
Major Marine Tours
1302 4th Avenue, Seward ~ (907) 244-7300
We can book, reserve tables, and any other fishing, glacier or wildlife sight-seeing tour with this company. Although all are good, We enjoy their food more and the informative narrations by the guides. You can take tours that are a few hour or all day excursions. The longer trip is the best buy and you will see amazing animals, birds, whales and glaciers.
National Park Service - Exit Glacier
1212 4th Avenue, Seward ~ (907) 422-0500
Visit Exit Glacier, part of Kenai Fjords National Park. This walk up glacier is the closest you can get to the big ice! Hike the trail that leads to the Harding Icefield. Learn more at the Vistor's Center in the Small Boat Harbor.
Seward Chamber of Commerce
2001 Seward Highway, Seward ~ (907) 224-3374
The offical site of the Seward Conference and Vistors Bureau.
U.S. Forest Service - Seward Ranger District
334 Fourth Avenue, Seward ~ (907) 224-3374
Welcome to the Seward Ranger District on the Chugach National Forest. Recreation awaits!
The Seward Community Library and Museum
239 6th Avenue, Seward ~ (907) 224-4082
The museum presents the chief points of Seward's history through photographs, artifacts and documents. There is also a fine collection of Native baskets and ivory carvings on display. Duringthe summer there are evening programs consisting of two slide/tape shows: The History of Seward and The History of the Iditarod Trail. A special open house is held every August 28 in honor of the founding of Seward in 1903. Museum shop carries books by local authors and other items relating to local area.
Stoney Creek Canopy Adventures
This is Seward's new Zip-line. It opened in the summer of 2014. Located in the forest off of Stoney Creek Road, there will be an "Adventure Center" in the Seward Harbor beginning May 29, 2015.
The Ranting Raven (no website)
238 4th Avenue, Seward ~ (907) 224-2228
The Ranting Raven gift store and coffee house is located in the downtown area of Seward. The three murals created from native myths of Raven, located on the side of our building, give you a preview of what is to come inside. We also offer specialty coffees and espressos. Jennifer Heatke, the owner, is on the Seward Ars Council, a major contributor of all the artist who design, paint the murals on the outside of many buildings in Seward. She also makes some of her own jewelry.
Authentic Folk Art Gallery (no website)
224 4th Avenue, Seward ~ (907) 224-8080
Russian and Alaskan folk art and gifts.