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Alaska Wild Berry Products

This statewide chain, headquartered in Anchorage, has a Homer branch as well. For almost 60 years Alaska Wild Berry has supplied visitors with products harvested from the wilds of Alaska. Wild berry jams and jellies, halibut, salmon, and sinful chocolates can be purchased in the store and shipped home to anywhere in the U.S.

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Sew'n Bee Cozy

This is a quilting and sewing supply shop and offers Alaskan themed fabric and quilt kits and quilters' cotton, flannel and Batiks. The store is open Monday to Saturday 11am to 6pm in winter and 10am to 7pm in summer. It is also open on Sunday from 12pm to 5pm in summer.

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Once in a Blue Moon

Once in a Blue Moose offers unique Alaskan keepsakes and products for visitors to take home with them. Located on 4th Avenue in Seward, AK.Address: 4th Avenue | Seward, AK | 99664

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The Discovery Gift Shop

This gift shop is located at the Alaska Sea Life Center and also has an online store. It offers Alaska made gifts, clothing, books, toys and Alaskan food products. Address: 301 Railway Ave. | Seward, AK | 99664 Tel: 1 907 224-6301

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Alaska Shop

210 4th Avenue, 907-224-5420. The largest gift shop in Seward. Gold quartz jewelry, hematite, opal and sterling silver. Swarovski, C. Alan Johnson figurines, Precious Moments, Cherished Teddies by Dept. 56 and snow babies.

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Located at the terminus of both the Alaska Railroad and the Seward Highway, and an embarkation/disembarkation port for many cruises, this town of 2,619 residents is easily accessible from Anchorage yet can serve as a base for anybody who likes to kayak, hike, fish, whale-watch and glacier-view. The small coastal town of Seward is known for its scenic views, numerous visitor attractions, and as the gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park.  Seward is located about 125 miles south of Anchorage, about 3 hours by road. The town is the southern terminus of the Alaska Railroad, dating back to its origins in the early 1900’s. It is also used by several major cruise lines as a "turn around" port for their Gulf of Alaska Cruises. Seward has over 3,000 year round residents, however that number swells considerably during the summer visitor season. The town is famous in Alaska for its Fourth of July celebration that features a grueling foot race to the top of the 3,000 foot Mt. Marathon. You won’t be disappointed with Seward’s fine selection of shops, restaurants and lodging choices.


There is fantastic hiking nearby, a quaint downtown, the amazing Alaska SeaLife Center and excellent in-town camping where you can park your vehicle and walk to most attractions.

Many visitors take a tour-boat cruise along the coast south of Seward to watch glacier calve in a roar of ice and look for seals, sea lions and whales, while others head just north of town to view the road-accessible Exit Glacier.

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