FORT NISQUALLY LIVING HISTORY MUSEUM
5519 Five Mile Drive, Tacoma, WA 98407 Directions
Fort Nisqually Living History Museum is a diverse national public with the first global settlement of Puget Sound through historical preservation, interpretation, and experiential learning. The staff is maintaining the historic buildings and permanent artifact collection which have been entrusted to them. The nine buildings are open to the people, including the factors house and granary, both national historic landmarks and a visitant center with museum store. Fort Nisqually Living History Museum provides educational programs, both on and off-site.
Historical Building, Exhibitions, Educational, High School Apprentice Interpreter Programs, Observation Deck, Granary Preservation, Collections, Rental Facility, Group Tours, Summer Camps, Fort Capital Projects and Improvements, Museum Store, Classroom Programs, Events & Heritage Gardens
Price: Adult (18-64) $8.50
Military/Senior (65+) $7.50
Youth (4-17) $5.50
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WASHINGTON STATE HISTORY MUSEUM
1911 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98402 Directions
'Washington State History Museum' is a history museum situated in Tacoma. It is a non-profit 501(c)3 membership association, open to any and all families, individuals, or firms. The museum offers a variety of assistance to researchers, scholars, historians, and lifelong learners, as well as serving the Washington State History Museum, and State History Research Center. 'Washington State History Museum' offers free admission for Historical Society Members and Kids (age five and under).
Exhibits, History After Hours, Events and Programs, Facility Rentals, Teacher Programs, Museum Amenities, History Day, Tacoma Museum District, Outreach, Self-Guided Visits, Summer Camps, Featured Collections, Curriculum, Field Trips, Classroom Materials & Reservations
Price: Adults (age 18 and over):
Seniors (age 65 and over) $11
Students (age 6-17) $11
Family (up to 2 adults and 4 children under age 18) $40
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711-713 Broadway, Tacoma, WA 98402 Directions
Spanish Steps is one of the four pivotal buildings defining the boundaries of the Old City Hall Historic District. The Steps are a gathering space, having served as the backdrop for group photographs by local citizens and tourists, celebrating school graduations and weddings for periods. The Grand Staircase has high potential as a cultural heritage tourism attraction and helps boost the automation of La Grande and eastern Oregon.
School, Historical Building, Group Photographs, Wedding, Gathering Space, Special Events & Architecture