|•||Confirmation will be received at time of booking|
|•||Children must be accompanied by an adult|
|•||Infants (0-1) may be added to a reservation as lap children (not requiring a paid, reserved seat) but they must be registered in the booking. To register an infant as a lap child, please indicate so in the “Special Requests” option in the final checkout and include the infant’s name, age and gender.|
|•||Service animals allowed|
|•||Near public transportation|
|•||Infants must sit on laps|
|•||Transportation is wheelchair accessible|
|•||Most travelers can participate|
|•||This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers|
|•||Face masks required for travelers in public areas|
|•||Face masks required for guides in public areas|
|•||Face masks provided for travelers|
|•||Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff|
|•||Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas|
|•||Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized|
|•||Guides required to regularly wash hands|
|•||Please visit our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Passenger Information and Resources page: https://www.alaskarailroad.com/passenger-information|
This has to be the best way to get to Seward to begin your Alaskan Cruise adventure! We stayed in Anchorage for 2 days before getting on the Alaskan Railroad for this once in a lifetime, one-way trip from Anchorage to Seward. The ride was smooth, the visibility was excellent and our operators provided informative narration throughout this 4 hour journey. We were told not to miss this trip and it did not disappoint!
The railroad experience was informative and the sights were breathtaking! The check-in process was well organized given the high volume of passengers. The windows were extremely large and the seats were very comfortable.
The train ride was smooth, quiet and beautiful trip to Seward. Check in appeared to be crowded and slightly disorganized but we arrived early and it went quicker than expected. We arrived a little later to Seward than planned but the boats waited for tours. That said when I got to my hotel later that evening 2 of our 3 suitcases were missing. No one called despite my name on tags and claim tix. I called the rail and they did have my bags back in Anchorage and offered to send to Seward the next day but I was going back to anchorage so they held them. I spent 36 hours in same clothes without luggage. They didn’t seem too apologetic, “it happens”. I would still ride again for the beauty.