Tacoma

(Tacoma, WA)

Pacific Grill

Pacific Grill is Tacoma’s most Award-Winning restaurant. A stunning urban space, at home in any major city that is perfect for romance, great conversation and world-class food​. The menu is extensive and features everything from fresh shucked local oysters and raw Beef Carpaccio to delicious Tacos and locally smoked Steelhead and includes many Vegan and gluten-free options. For smaller appetites, many of the menu items such as Angry Pasta with Prawns or Classic Clam Linguine can be served as half-portions. Order a Chopped Wedge Salad and get the bone-in New York Steak all for yourself, or share tapas-style and try many appetizers like the famous BLT Salad with the world’s best bacon.


RAM Restaurant & Brewery

We are all about great food, ice-cold hand-crafted beer and creating memories, and we have been for over 40 years. We are dedicated to creating superior quality food, and committed to providing our friends an environment of Gracious Hospitality. From the moment you are greeted at our front door, you will feel like a special guest dining in our home. Our passionate and talented brewers strive to create the freshest, most “drinkable” beers you will find, and their efforts have garnered the RAM over 100 medals from institutions as prestigious as the NABA and GABF. We celebrate our brewers’ ingenuity each and every day with a rotating selection of “seasonal” creations, which are locally brewed, by hand, with the freshest local ingredients.


Rock The Dock Pub & Grill

Voted #1 Best of Western Washington Best Neighborhood Bar!  Waterfront seating with a breathtaking view of Mount Rainier and the Foss Waterway.  The fun never ends with live music every weekend, open mic acoustic every Tuesday and karaoke every Wednesday.  Motorcycle and boat friendly with plenty of dock space with power and water. 


The Office Bar & Grill

The Office Bar & Grill on Pacific Avenue will be your new favorite spot to enjoy a great time with friends and family! Offering a wide selection of tap and bottled beer, a full bar of your favorite liquor and a taste-bud tantalizing menu, where would you rather be on a warm summer afternoon, evening, or into the night? Come on in and enjoy yourself! Who can argue with your motives... after all, "You're at The Office!" ;-)


Owen Beach

Beautiful sand and rock beach in Tacoma, views of Rainer and mountain ranges. picnic benches and restrooms. With construction planned to improve. New restrooms, a children’s play area and a second picnic shelter are among proposed changes on the drawing board for Owen Beach in Point Defiance Park. Metro Parks has $4.6 million in funding for the project, including $2.25 million from the state Recreation and Conservation Office. Other costs will be covered as part of the $198 million capital improvement bond approved by Metro Parks voters in 2014.


Chihuly Bridge of Glass

  • Between Dock Street and Pacific Avenue
    Tacoma, WA 98402

The Bridge of Glass is a 500-foot pedestrian partially-covered footbridge spanning Interstate 705 in Tacoma, Washington. It was opened in 2002 as a gift to the city. The Bridge of Glass connects the Museum of Glass on the Thea Foss Waterway to the downtown and attractions along Pacific Avenue such as Union Station, Washington State History Museum, and Tacoma Art Museum. Together, these attractions make up an area of Tacoma described as "Museum Row." The Bridge of Glass was designed by Texas architect Arthur Andersson and is decorated with artworks by Dale Chihuly. Chihuly has described the Bridge of Glass as "the gateway that welcomes people to Tacoma." It is accessible and free to the public 24 hours a day, lighting up during the nighttime.

 

Point Defiance Park

  • 5400 N Pearl St.
    Tacoma, WA 98407

Point Defiance Park in Tacoma, Washington is a large urban park in the United States. The 702-acre park includes Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, the Rose Garden, Rhododendron Garden, beaches, trails, a boardwalk, a boathouse, a Washington State Ferries ferry dock for the Point Defiance-Tahlequah route to Vashon Island, Fort Nisqually, an off-leash dog park, and most notably a stand of old-growth forest. It receives more than three million visitors every year. Point Defiance Park is maintained and operated by the Metropolitan Park District of Tacoma.


Point Defiance Rose Garden

  • 5923 N Waterfront Dr
    Tacoma, WA 98407

Beautiful flower and rose garden located in Point Defiance. Featuring rows and rows of flowers as well as walkthrough flower tunnels. Beautiful, large variety of roses and other flowers. Very well maintained and free to the public.


Tacoma Narrows Bridge

  • Wa-16
    Tacoma, WA 98406

The Tacoma Narrows Bridge is a pair of twin suspension bridges that span the Tacoma Narrows strait of Puget Sound in Pierce County, Washington. The bridges connect the city of Tacoma with the Kitsap Peninsula and carry State Route 16 over the strait. Historically, the name "Tacoma Narrows Bridge" has applied to the original bridge nicknamed "Galloping Gertie", which opened in July 1940, but collapsed because of aeroelastic flutter four months later, as well as the replacement of the original bridge which opened in 1950 and still stands today as the westbound lanes of the present-day twin bridge complex.

 

Foss Waterway Seaport

We will celebrate the rich maritime history of the Tacoma community and the region through interpretation, education, and events that tell the stories of our collective past, present and future. We will tell stories that celebrate:

The Natural Environment

  • Marine and environmental science fostering an understanding of Puget Sound and the surrounding mountains, valleys, and rivers
  • The balance of humanity and nature and the degradation and rebirth of the Thea Foss Waterway and Commencement Bay

.... People of the Region, Maritime and Boating History, Commerce and Trade, Unique Stories of Tacoma


LeMay Museum

ACM History

Harold and Nancy LeMay amassed the largest privately owned collection of automobiles, other vehicles and related memorabilia in the world. At its peak, the LeMay Collection numbered in excess of 3,000 vehicles and thousands of artifacts. The Collection is broadly American and spans the 20th Century powerfully demonstrating both the dominance of the American auto industry in that time period as well as the American experience with the automobile.


Museum of Glass

Just down the street from the marina we have Tacoma's own Glass Art Museum. The Museum’s galleries are dedicated to both temporary exhibitions and Permanent Collections that feature 20th and 21st-century glass. Go down to join a tour, walk and explore on your own, or participate in some live glassmaking!


Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium

Come explore the only combined zoo and aquarium in the Northwest. You'll see sharks and seahorses, polar bears and peacocks, walruses and wolves, all in one place!  Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium is large enough to offer an awesome array of animals yet small enough for you to get really close to them. It's fun and affordable, and offers breathtaking views of Puget Sound, Mount Rainier and the Olympic Mountains.
 


Tacoma Art Museum

Tacoma Art Museum (TAM) is an anchor in the city’s downtown area and a gathering place for connecting people through art via thoughtful exhibitions, exciting events, and enriching programs.The museum’s collection of more than 4,500 works emphasizes the art and artists of the Northwest and broader western region. Highlights of the collection include:

  • the largest retrospective museum collection of glass art by Tacoma native Dale Chihuly on continued view;
  • the largest collection of studio art jewelry by Northwest artists;
  • key holdings in 19th century European and 20th century American art;
  • one of the finest collections of Japanese woodblock prints on the West Coast;
  • the Haub Family Collection, one of the nation’s premier western American art collections, with approximately 300 works spanning 200 years. The Haub Family Collection is the first major museum collection of western American art in the Pacific Northwestern region; and
  • over 120 works from the Washington Art Consortium’s Safeco/Liberty Mutual Collection of Northwest art.

 


Tacoma Dome

The Tacoma Dome’s roof was built with 1.6 million board feet and weighs 1,444,000 pounds. 24,541,382 cubic feet of concrete was used in the construction of the Tacoma Dome. This is enough to build a sidewalk 70 miles long. The Tacoma Dome is 530 feet in diameter and 152 feet tall.The Tacoma Dome's aluminum super-grid is one of the world's largest at 384' x 160'. The total cable length is approximately 47,661' or just over nine miles. There are over 275 support points on the Dome and the grid includes an estimated 2.5 miles of welding. Not only a sight to see, but also a venue for dozens of events per year. Check out their website to see whats coming up!


Washington State History Museum

The Washington State History Museum, in downtown Tacoma, Washington, is one of two museums owned and operated by the Washington State Historical Society under the official approval of the Washington State Legislature, the other being the Capitol Museum. The museum maintains three permanent exhibits. One is about the history of Washington State and relation to the Pacific Northwest with artifacts from Women's Suffrage, Industrialization, Native American Tribes and items such as Clovis Points. The top floor of the museum contains the History Lab, where visitors can explore and learn about history in a more hands-on fashion with multiple interactive exhibits. Also on the top floor is the permanent model train layout, said to be the largest in the state at 1,800 sq ft (170 m2). This is the basis of the annual Model Train Festival that encompasses the whole museum.


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Contact

Membership Info
(360) 865-4851

821 Dock Street #204
Tacoma, WA 98402

Office
(253) 414-0155

Dock Master
(253) 455-8141

Marina

Foss Harbor Marina

Foss Harbor Marina is a full service Marina located in Tacoma, Washington. The Marina offers year round boat slip rentals, live aboard moorage, boat storage, kayak and Stand up Paddle board (SUP) rentals. They also offer storage lockers and a fuel dock.

Tel : (253)-272-4404

Email : info@fossharbor.com

 

 


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