Seward Alaska is located at the head of Resurrection Bay adjacent to the popular Kenai Fjords National Park. This is a huge area
Things To See in Seward Alaska
Exit Glacier - This is one of the most visited glaciers in Alaska and one of the very few that you can walk up to and explore from a short hike on a paved trail.
- Exit Glacier on your own or with the park rangers free tours offered 3 times a day.
- Guided Exit Glacier tours from Seward, Alaska are one of the options available to visitors. Guided glacier hikes and tours are a great way to safely experience the glacier up close while those adventurous souls might rather opt for the ice hiking and ice climbing tours available in Seward.
Seward Sealife Center - The Alaska SeaLife Center offers tours of this public aquarium and Alaska's only permanent marine mammal rehabilitation facility. Located on the shores of Resurrection Bay in downtown Seward the Alaska SeaLife Center offers an insight into the complicated ecosystems of Alaska's northern maritime environment. The Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward has many incredible displays, exhibits, and educational resources available for your entire family.
Seward's Small Boat Harbor with the many sportfishing charters and sightseeing boats operating out of the harbor in the Alaskan summers.