During our 3 day stay, we visited Exit Glacier; took a dog sled tour on Godwin Glacier; visited Alaska Sealife Center; and shopped in downtown Seward.
The city of Seward was named for President Lincoln's Secretary of State, William Henry Seward, the man who engineered the Purchase of Alaska from Russia in 1867. Seward played a vital role in WWII. The Port of Seward was the northern-most ice-free port and served as the southern terminus of the Alaska Railroad, a critical supply line for the war effort. Today, Seward remains a pivotal city for delivery of supplies and transportation via railroad, dog sled, or by boat. Seward is one of Alaska’s top fishing cities for salmons and silvers.