Seward, Alaska is a town on the southeast shores of the Kenai Peninsula with a population of nearly 3,000 people. One of the major ports in the state, Seward is one of Alaska's most popular tourist destinations, and features attractions and activities for visitors of all ages. The small seaside city also provides direct access to one of the most plentiful halibut and salmon fishing grounds in the entire world, giving you a chance to catch your trophy fish of a lifetime.
Multiple national parks in the area also makes Seward a great location for those looking for adventure. With Exit Glacier and the Harding Ice fields nearby, there is no shortage of legendary Alaskan splendor, and plenty of hiking trails and camping areas for those adventurers wanting to get up close and personal with nature.
The Alaska SeaLife Center generates and shares scientific knowledge to promote understanding and stewardship of Alaska’s marine ecosystems.
Seward provides direct access to one of the most plentiful halibut and salmon fishing grounds in the entire world.
Spend an afternoon in Seward enjoying our abundant wildlife and breathtaking views with a guided kayaking tour.
Not many activities can match the excitement offered on one of the many day-cruise options departing from the beautiful Seward Marina.