Where Alaska - - Kenai Peninsula -

SE­WARD CHAM­BER OF COM­MERCE Se­ward has great hik­ing trails, and is near one of Alaska’s most eas­ily ac­cessed glaciers, Exit Glacier. And though the oceans, forests, and moun­tains may tempt you, don’t for­get about the town it­self - it’s full of sci­ence, art, his­tory, cul­ture and cui­sine.­ward. com. 5th & Adams Street, PO Box 167, Se­ward, AK 907.224.8051

THE FISH HOUSE  This char­ter busi­ness spe­cial­izes in hal­ibut fish­ing trips out of Se­ward. www.the­ or 800.257.7760.

ALASKA SEAL­IFE CEN­TER Alaska’s only pub­lic aquar­ium and cold-wa­ter ma­rine re­search fa­cil­ity, on the shores of Res­ur­rec­tion Bay. See and learn about seals, oc­to­pus, Steller sea lions and watch puffins “fly” un­der wa­ter. Be­hind- the-scenes tours and spe­cial en­coun­ters, reser­va­tions rec­om­mended. Open daily year-round, call for sea­sonal hours. www.alaskaseal­ 301 Rail­way Ave., 907.224.6300 or, 888.224.2525.

MA­JOR MA­RINE TOURS Spec­tac­u­lar wildlife and glacier cruises from Whittier and Se­ward. Uni­formed rangers on board, guar­an­teed re­served seat­ing and an all-you-can-eat Alaska sal­mon and prime rib buf­fet.­jor­ma­ #2 Board­walk, Se­ward Small Boat Har­bor, 907.224.8030.

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