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  1. Sheldon Jackson College and Museum

      Formerly a small private college founded in 1878, the famed Sheldon Jackson College has enjoyed a variety of lives in Sitka. As the oldest college/university in Alaska, it had a close partnership with the Presbyterian Church and was named after Reverend Sheldon Jackson. The college closed in 2007 following low enrollment rates and was…

  2. Ludvig’s Bistro: A Mediterranean Delight

    In a quaint town like Sitka, each and every restaurant has to be a standout hit in order to survive. Ludvig’s specializes in Mediterranean cuisine, relying on the incredibly fresh seafood readily available nearby. Sourced from local fishers and paired with house-made desserts and bread, all ingredients are organic and come from the nearby Full…

  3. Louie’s Steak and Seafood

      Louie’s is a Kenai landmark specializing in Alaskan seafood and steak. Open early for a daily breakfast and serving mouthwatering delicacies all the way through dinner, the generous menu offers everything from the freshest salads to juicy steaks and burgers. As a bonus, Louie’s is also easy on the pocketbook, with some locals depending…

  4. Seward Community Library and Museum

      Part library and part museum, this community center opened in 2013 and is a staple for events, celebrations and exhibitions in Kenai. Merging the two offerings means more spaces for books, rooms for galleries, and a stunning interior that serves as a welcome wagon to visitors. The building’s siding changes colors in various lights,…

  5. Homer Epic 100

      Every March, athletes flock to Kenai to participate in this truly epic 100k race along pisten-bully groomed snow trails. Racing along Caribou Hills on the outskirts of Homer, close to Kenai, athletes choose whether they run, ski or fat bike on this incredible journey that requires completion in less than 24 hours. The race…

  6. St. Nicholas Memorial Chapel

      Peek into part of Kenai’s history at the St. Nicholas Memorial Chapel, built in 1906. It honors Father Igumen Nicolai as well as Makary Ivanov, and has become a staple of the Kenai landscape. Father Nicolai was the first priest in the town, and became locally famous for bringing the smallpox vaccine to the…

  7. Kenai’s Most Romantic Restaurants

      Nothing is more romantic than spending Valentine’s Day in Kenai—except booking a table at one of the town’s most intimate restaurants. The town might be small, but romance is big, so book your table early. At The Flats Bistro you’ll find an extensive wine menu, live music every weekend and on holidays, and specialties…

  8. Kenai Fishing Tours

      Fishermen and women of all ages and abilities come to Kenai for some of the best fishing in the world. Visitors will find a host of charters and companies, all locally owned and operated. A guided trip of the Kenai River is a fantastic way to see the beauty of the region up close….

  9. Get on the Burger Bus

      A hidden gem of Kenai, the Burger Bus is the town’s only food truck and features the freshest game served Americana style. Opt for a classic Big Burger, a Patty Melt, the Big Bus, or get the B&G with bacon, grilled onions, guacamole, American cheese and all the fixings. The menu is simple and…

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