Kenai Peninsula Visitor Information Centers
Visitor Information Centers
The City of Kenai’s visitor center goes well beyond a person at a counter handing out maps. You’ll find an impressive permanent collection of Native Alaskan and local history artifacts, art exhibits, as well as the largest collection of mounted bald eagles in North America. The gift shop features souvenirs, maps, books, music, and locally produced items. And, indeed, friendly staffers distribute information on local lodging, tours and… ...more
This is the place to begin for information about Soldotna and the surrounding area — everything from where to stay and eat to the perfect activities for your interests. You can also pick up statewide visitor guides and other publications, and enjoy their boardwalk down to the Kenai River.
Need a dinner recommendation? Want to know the best place to see whales? Or how about kid-friendly activities in Seward? There’s no better place to have your questions answered and to learn about Seward than the Seward Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center.
Out on the tip of the Kenai Peninsula, at (literally) the end of the road, sits the quirky town of Homer — the ecotourism capital of Alaska. Artists, adventurers, and foodies all come to experience the town’s creative energy, great restaurants, and gorgeous wilderness. And at the entrance to town, just off the Sterling Highway, you’ll find the Homer Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center.