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dozen specialty gardens. The Japanese, Rose and Rhododendron gardens are a few favorites. You can also tour the Living History Museum, a replica of a Hudson Bay fur trading post with docents who reenact life in 1855. Camp 6 Logging Exhibit Museum tells the story of Washington’s steam logging industry which thrived from 1880 to 1950. A Night on the Town Looking for performing arts? Outstanding shows are presented at the Broadway Center for Performing Arts and its affiliates, the Pantages Theater, the Rialto and Theater on the Square. The Broadway Center is proud to provide a vital home to eight local arts organizations which form the core of the performing arts coalition in the south Puget Sound region: among them are the Northwest Sinfonietta, the Puget Sound Revels, and the Tacoma City Ballet.
Check out The Art Stop on Broadway or Fulcrum Gallery for hand-made art pieces. Wrap up your day by enjoying dinner at one of the several waterfront restaurants which overlook Commencement Bay.
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TIP: Light Rail The light rail which services downtown Tacoma covers less than two miles. However, after walking for a few hours it’s a free way to get back to your starting point. There are five stops, beginning at the Tacoma Dome and ending by the Theater District. It’s new, clean, and comfortable.
Travel Guide 2011