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2505 S 38th St Ste A105
Tacoma, WA 98409
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Stanley & Seaforts
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Things To Do in Tacoma, WA

Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium

Polar bears high five at the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium. Bring the family for a fun-filled day where you can get nose to nose with a giraffe, cagey with a wild cat, high five a polar bear and even ride atop a camel. Dive deeper into nature when you find exhibits and attractions like the 24,000-gallon Lagoon swimming with sharks, octopus and all kinds of sea creatures.

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Union Station Union Station

All aboard! Enjoy a tour at Tacoma's Union Station for an awe inspiring tour of the city's grand passenger station. Ramble through this magnificent marble wonder spanning three stories with original terrazzo floors and glass block flooring and copper dome. The historic landmark station now serves as the city's courthouse and citizen's event hall.

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Job Carr Cabin Museum Job Carr Cabin Museum

Welcome to the birthplace of Tacoma at the Job Carr Cabin Museum. Step inside a replication of the log cabin home of Job Carr, the first permanent non-native settler of what is now Tacoma, and explore his vision to locate the Northern Pacific Railroad on Commencement Bay.

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