This historic city served as the western terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad in the late nineteenth century.
The 760-acre public park is similar to Seattle’s Discovery Park and Washington Park in Portland.
The Seaform Pavilion is the first installation. It is composed of more than 2,000 pieces glass and is intended to be a spectacular coral reef.
LeMays is a great place to spend the whole day admiring automobiles. The museum offers special experiences that extend the visit.
Fuzhou Ting offers beautiful gardens, as well as a beautifully decorated pavilion, stone sculptures with traditional Chinese motifs and bridges over ornate rivers.
This area lies on the mountain’s southern side and can be reached from Tacoma in a two-hour drive.
The Tacoma Art Museum is not only a visible presence in downtown Seattle, but also has a significant impact on the local community.
The museum’s signature feature is the live glass-making workshops, where you can watch artists work on pieces right in front of your eyes.