Alaska Indian Arts Center
Alaska’s first permanent military post is reached by heading uphill (east) at the Front St–Haines Hwy junction. Built in 1903 and...
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Fort Seward Lodge Restaurant & Saloon
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24 Fort Seward Dr · interesting places nearby
Alaska Indian Arts Center information
Indigenous culture can be seen in Fort Seward in the former military post hospital, home of the Alaska Indian Arts Center. During the week you can watch artists carve totems, weave Chilkat blankets or produce other works of art. You can even order a totem.