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Tacoma, Washington
Culture, General, History
Tacoma, Washington
Museum Closed December 2010 and removed from park September 2012. Equipment and artifacts moved to other Museums.
Tacoma, Washington
Children's
The Children's Museum of Tacoma provides the community with opportunities for children to learn and grow. Serving many ages, museum exhibits and programs bring families closer together through play, creation and imagination. Unique, hands-on exhibits create a place to explore and dream. Children will test independence and gain self-confidence through the arts, sciences and creative play. Come play!
Tacoma, Washington
Specialized
Tacoma, Washington
History
Fort Nisqually provides public education through the interpretation, collection, preservation & exhibition of structures, artifacts & documents which relate to the historical role of the Hudson's Bay Company & the Puget Sound Agricultural Company in regio
Tacoma, Washington
Library
Tacoma, Washington
History
Tacoma, Washington
This is a manuscript museum preserving and exhibiting original handwritten letters and documents of the great men and women of the past from throughout the world who have shaped history. Exhibits change every 3 months, each centered around a particular in
Tacoma, Washington
Art
The gallery hosts regional and national touring exhibits and celebrates graduating art majors with a special exhibit.
Tacoma, Washington
Art, Children's, History, Science, Specialized
All glass, all the time. Housed in a striking building distinguished by its iconic 90-foot-high cone, the Museum of Glass features ongoing glassblowing demonstrations in the Hot Shop Amphitheater, where visitors learn about the creative challenges of working with molten glass. The 13,000 square feet of gallery space is dedicated to changing exhibitions of works executed in glass.
Tacoma, Washington
Aquarium
Tacoma, Washington
Historical Society
Tacoma, Washington
History
Tacoma, Washington
Culture
A place for all ages to discover the heritage, history and culture of Scandinavia. The Center houses nearly 2000 textiles, tools, household items, costumes, artwork, woodcrafts and porcelain. Year-round programming (exhibits, musical concerts, lectures, l
Tacoma, Washington
Tacoma, Washington
Art
The Tacoma Art Museum presents and collects art of the 19th and 20th centuries, with special emphasis on art of the Northwest. Collection consisits of approx. 2,500 pieces. The museum is noted for its award-winning education programs. Programs bring schoo
Tacoma, Washington
History, Historical Society
We are an up and coming, relatively new heritage organization intent on raising the profile of Tacoma history and moving toward our goal of a museum for Tacoma history.
Tacoma, Washington
Historical Society
Tacoma, Washington
Culture, History, Historical Society
The Washington State History Museum is a 106,000 square foot building, designed by architects Charles W. Moore and Arthur Andersson, that opened to the public in 1996. The use of brick and arches in the building design complements the historic warehouses across Pacific Avenue and neighboring Union Station.
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