Seward Museum and Alaska SeaLife Center

Seward Museum and Alaska SeaLife Center

Seward Alaska, a history rich town, is home to the Alaska SeaLife Center, a marine research and educational center and the Seward Historic Museum. You can spend hours exploring both these places! Great activities should we have a rainy day during your visit, you should plan on including these in your itinerary, regardless of the weather. Both are just 3 miles from our cabins. Be sure to give yourself time to experience some heavenly relaxation in our very special and beautiful cabins just south of Seward, Alaska, on the shores of Resurrection Bay, on the Kenai Peninsula, with spectacular scenery and amazing wildlife surrounding them.

Alaska SeaLife Center on Railway Ave. at 4th Avenue, is an educational & research marine center that is open year round to the public. Interesting to all ages, this is a very unusual facility. We highly recommend a visit; you can plan on spending several hours exploring this fascinating facility. They offer a number of specialty tours that we also highly recommend (scroll down on the ASLC page linked above).

Admission Fee, Tours are additional Fee
Puffin Encounter (get to feed the puffins)
Octopus Experience (get to touch one)
Mammal Encounter
Behind the Scenes Tour
Seward Historical Museum at 3rd & Jefferson is a quaint & interesting historic museum
Summer hours (June 1- Sept 1)9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Call for hours rest of the year (907) 224-3902
Small admission fee
Earthquake Movie about the 1964 quake in Alaska and Seward, is shown at the Library downtown on the corner of 5th and Adams Mondays through Saturdays during summer months at 2PM. 907-224-4082.

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