Tacoma Art Museum
One of the biggest collections of Western American art in the Pacific Northwest is that of the Tacoma Art Museum, which houses almost 300 works from the late 1700s to the present.
Point Defense Zoo & Aquarium
At the Point Defense Zoo and Aquarium, you can view sea lions, hammerhead sharks, red wolves, muskrats, penguins, stingrays, and elephants.
Museum of Glass
The Amazing Museum of Glass, opened in 2002, pays homage to eminent designer Dale Chihuly.
On the north side of downtown Tacoma, Wright Park is a pleasant natural area close to the Theater District. It extends across 27 acres.
This Stadium is on the other side of town. If you want to see a thrilling baseball game or a fantastic soccer match, go there.
Mount Rainier National Park
There are about 280 kinds of animals in Mount Rainier Park. The most notable local wildlife is Stellar's jays, marmots, and black-tailed deer.
Washington State History Museum
At the Washington State History Museum depicts historical and natural phenomena. The Great Hall of Washington History is the principal exhibit.
Chihuly Bridge of Glass
Three enormous pieces of glass artwork by Dale Chihuly grace the pathway of this unusual pedestrian bridge.
LeMay - America's Car Museum
The Car Museum of America is a well-known collection of vintage and contemporary vehicles. It includes more than 300 automobiles displayed in 165,000 square feet.
Stadium Historic District
The Stadium District is a section of Tacoma, Washington's northernmost neighborhood. It bears the name of the famous Stadium High School.