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Alaska SeaLife Center

#4 of 48 things to do in Seward Features Animals
301 Railway Ave, Seward, AK 99664-3801
+1 907-224-6300
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The Sealife Center is beautifully located on the sound welcoming everyone to Seward. The facility... read more

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JKenC42
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Rockwall, Texas
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Fun family stop in Seward!

My brother in law and his family with two children joined our family and our children for a visit... read more

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danyellekukuk
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Delafield, Wisconsin
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An education and research-focused aquarium offering underwater views of Alaskan marine animals.
  • Excellent58%
  • Very good32%
  • Average8%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 21:00
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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301 Railway Ave, Seward, AK 99664-3801
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+1 907-224-6300
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Sealife Center is beautifully located on the sound welcoming everyone to Seward. The facility is attractively designed and well organized with great exhibits and marvelous displays for a high variety of fish and wildlife. Great for kids and adults and has a nice gift...More

Thank JKenC42
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My brother in law and his family with two children joined our family and our children for a visit to the Alaska Sealife Center and the kids loved it! The exhibits were well done, very clean and well kept. It was fun to get to...More

Thank danyellekukuk
Reviewed yesterday

The sea life center had a immature sea lions who was being cuddled by staff. The center is very educational, and includes touch tanks ant interactive `games`, The puffin and other search bird exhibit is a treat.

Thank Dennis S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We spent 2.5 hours here. There was so much to see. We learnt so much. A must place to visit! There are so many helpful staff on hand to explain things. Great place to bring kids.

Thank Kate H
Reviewed yesterday

The SeaLife center seems to be set up as much for education as for seeing wildlife, with a fairly limited array of creatures. Perhaps better for families than adults, but a reasonable way to spend a couple of hours.

Thank malvern09
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great place to visit and explore!! We saw the recently rescued baby walrus being cared for and acclimated; puffins, sea otters, and jelly fish. Cute seals and seal lions can be viewed from inside and outside the Center.

Thank DANIELA V
Reviewed yesterday

We visited the SeaLife center as part of a weekend getaway package which included the hotel, boat ride, and SeaLife center. There are so many great creatures to see here, you won't be disappointed. The SeaLife center is also a great learning experience, and there...More

Thank cher1314
Reviewed yesterday

Took my sons (8 and 11) here while in town for fishing. Enjoyed the center very much. Close up to animals and birds with helpful and knowledgeable staff around to answer any question. Saw the baby walrus, even though it was only sleeping during our...More

Thank Bambam99801
Reviewed yesterday

This was one of my favorite attractions in Alaska. The displays and movies educate about Alaskan Sea life. The rescue arm is sent out frequently to recuse injured and abandoned sea animals. While I was there a baby Walrus had been rescued and was being...More

Thank A2native
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We enjoyed touring the ASLC after our cruise of the fjords. After seeing the wildlife in the park at a distance, it was interesting to see those animals up close. It was a particular treat to see the puffins above and below water. There are...More

Thank 1WorldisEnough
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Karen K
27 February 2017|
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Response from BlessingsMultiplied1 | Reviewed this property |
You can get a variety of behind the scenes tours, animals encounters, or guided tours that are priced between approximately $15 to $75 depending on what you are looking for during your visit. You can book when you arrive... More
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Peeeper
14 July 2016|
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Response from karjer21 | Reviewed this property |
Adult (13+) $21.95 Senior (65+) $19.95 Child (4-12) $11.95 3 and Under Free The touch tank is filled with more sea life to touch than I have ever seen and the water is so cold. Fun to... More
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mambo-bambo
16 June 2016|
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Response from Shrlrd4 | Reviewed this property |
The previous answer by Chani is correct.
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