Start shopping at 3rd Street Antiques, a 15,000 square foot mall; more than 60 vendors make it the largest antique mall in the district. Just a block over is Victoria Antiques featuring upscale antique furniture, home decor, estate jewelry, black Americana, reproduction Victorian lamp shades and period lighting. The city of Sumner is just minutes from Puyallup and offers unique shops and a downtown shopping district. You won’t want to miss The Old Cannery Furniture and Fudge Factory where you can shop, nibble fudge, watch a miniature train and take in the largest furniture store on the West Coast! Picket Fence is always a great boutique to visit; it has a fabulous selection of unique gifts through which to browse. Museums and Entertainment Meeker Mansion was built in the late 1800’s; the beautifully restored two-story home was built by Ezra Meeker, Puyallup’s founder and first mayor. Go back in
time with a tour through this historic home. Looking for evening entertainment? Don’t miss live music Fridays through Sundays at the HG Bistro. Then swing by Mama Stortini’s for an appetizer or dessert.
The Puyallup Fairgrounds is a 160-acres hub of year-long activity. Not only is it home to the state’s largest annual fair, the venue also features a concert series, A Victorian Country Christmas and other events throughout the year.
Travel Guide 2011