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 4700 Park Center Ave., N.E. , Lacey, WA, US, 98516

  • Phone: (360) 456-6300
  • Fax: (360) 456-7423
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Arts & Museums

»Olympic Flight Museum

This aviation museum is located at the Olympia Airport. On display are more than 20 different aircrafts, most of them vintage. Children are permitted to climb into certain designated aircrafts to experience a pilot's perspective. 

7637-A Old Highway 99 South East
Olympia, WA 98501

»Lewis Army Museum

The celebrated Lewis Army Museum was formerly known as the Fort Lewis Military Museum. The historically significant museum is housed within the Red Shield Inn building. This museum displays exhibits pertaining to the Camp Lewis, Fort Lewis and several units of the Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

Main Street Fort Lewis
Tacoma, WA 98433

»Tacoma Metal Arts Center

The Tacoma Metal Arts Center ("TMAC") is an absolutely great resource for anyone interested in learning about metalsmithing or creating and designing jewelry. A number of different classes and workshops are taught here throughout the year. Some of these include Pate de Verre & Electroforming, Chasing and Repousse, Bezel Setting Workshop and Hydraulic Press Workshop. Classes are conducted every weekend.

3833 6th Avenue
Tacoma, WA 98406

»LeMay American Car Museum

The LeMay Car Museum is a four story museum housed on nine acres in Tacoma. The museum is home to 350 vehicles, spanning the history of cars in America. A visit to this museum is a car-lovers dream.

2702 East D Street
Tacoma, WA 98421

»Washington State History Museum

Located in Tacoma, about 30 miles south of Seattle, this museum lets you explore the history of the state. Multimedia exhibits allow you to take an interactive look at the lifestyles and culture of the native inhabitants and of the settlers who followed. Visit a Salish plant house and take a video trip down the mighty Columbia River. On select occasions people can view the museum for free. Please visit their website for more information.

1911 Pacific Avenue
Tacoma, WA 98402

»Fort Nisqually Living History Museum

Fort Nisqually Living History Museum is a great preservation of local happenings through the years. The museum displays exhibitions of people involved with the site from different times through the years. Like a setting straight out of a historic script, the performers strike up conversations with visitors and engage them in dialects of the by-gone era. Temporary and permanent exhibits are a regular feature at the museum, so do call ahead to learn more.

5400 North Pearl Street
Ruston, WA 98407

»Harbor History Museum

The Harbor History Museum is a museum dedicated to sharing the history of the Gig Harbor Peninsula. The permanent collection features four different galleries as well as a restored one-room schoolhouse. The museum also hosts special, temporary exhibitions. 

4121 Harborview Drive
Gig Harbor, WA 98332

»Tacoma Art Museum

Featuring American, European and Asian art, the Tacoma Art Museum is a well-known gallery and museum. Since its inception in 1935, it has been displaying art in the form of paintings and drawings—both classic and contemporary, national and international. Their permanent collection includes works by Mary Cassatt, Jean Baptiste, Camille Corot, Dale Chihuly, Edgar Degas and Robert Henri to name a few. It also holds lectures, workshops, talks, temporary exhibitions and performances for all age groups.

1701 Pacific Avenue
Tacoma, WA 98402

»Children's Museum of Tacoma

Located in the city of Tacoma, Children's Museum of Tacoma offers an exciting adventure for kids of all ages. The museum allows families to explore and play together as they learn about science, the arts and more. Many of the exhibits offer hands-on fun, in which a child becomes a part of an enjoyable and playful learning experience. Exhibits range from traditional viewing exhibits to unique interactive ones.

1501 Pacific Avenue
Tacoma, WA 98402

»Museum of Glass

Built with a steel cone on the top, the Museum of Glass represents the pinnacle of artistic quality in the theater district. The visiting as well as in-house artists here impress the visitors with their creations and glass-blowing skills. The exhibitions held here are educational as well as fun for the whole family. School trips and guided tours are usually organized here for the same reason. Enter the museum to get completely bowled over by the beauty of glass in its different forms. Visit the hot shop for the molten formation process and end it with the cold shop where the final touches are given.

1801 Dock Street
Tacoma, WA 98402

»Bridge of Glass

Designed by Dale Chihuly and Arthur Anderson, the Bridge of Glass is an overpass for pedestrians above Interstate 705. The bridge actually connects the Washington State History Museum with the Museum of Glass . The 500 feet long horizontal structure has a pair of crystal towers right in the center, which marks the halfway point of the bridge. Originally designed for showing the beauty of glass in its various forms, the functional value is also obvious; it acts as a connector between the two Washington landmarks.

1801 Dock Street
Tacoma, WA 98402
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