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Enjoy a variety of Alaskan adventures during your stay at Seward Windsong Lodge. Explore the beauty of Kenai Fjords National Park on a guided hike to Exit Glacier, or join Kenai Fjords Tours on a scenic wildlife and glacier cruise. From sled dogs to sea kayaks, Seward delivers an Alaskan experience you'll never forget, and we can arrange your activities for you.
Let our Alaska Certified Experts help plan your adventure. Here are some of our favorites:
Kenai Fjords National Park Tour
Exit Glacier Hike
Alaska SeaLife Center
Ididaride Sled Dog Tour
- Tour the sled dog kennel of 2013 and 2004 Iditarod champion, Mitch Seavey. Learn about the state sport and take a sled dog tour behind a team of energetic huskies.
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While in Seward...
Seward is home to many talented and creative artists who spend the winters producing their one-of-a-kind treasures. From fishing derbies to Mt. Marathon races and Polar Bear Jumps, Seward always has a variety of events taking place. Be sure to check out some of these attractions while you're in town:
Halibut and Salmon
- Saltwater Fishing is popular among both visitors and Alaskans. Contact one of the many fishing charter outfits directly and set-out to catch the mighty halibut or reel in an Alaskan salmon that will be the envy of your friends back home!
- The Seward Windsong Lodge features fine gifts and works of art by Alaska Natives from all over the state. Local artists produce watercolors, pottery and hand-blown glass that can be found in the many galleries in Seward. These authentic crafts make priceless Christmas gifts.
Seward Culture and Heritage
- While small in size, the history packed within these walls is abundant! Learn about Seward's history, how the tsunami caused by the 1964 earthquake nearly destroyed the whole town. Historic photos and exhibits tell of the heritage of Seward's role in the shipping industry, supplying Interior Alaska with goods from the lower 48.
Seward on a Shoestring
Seward Self-Guided Tour
- Stop by the Seward Chamber of Commerce to pick up a walking tour map of historic buildings and sites, courtesy of the Seward Phoenix Log, our local paper. Set out on foot or by car to explore Seward's history and culture. Stop in to one of the many restaurants while you are out visiting shops where local artists display photography, quilts, and bead work.