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Tacoma is a city with all the culture and convenience of a metropolitan destination, and set between a mountain and a sea, with easy access to both. The Mountain – City – Sea Attraction Pass gives you access to the best of all three dimensions of the Pierce County experience – Tacoma, Mount Rainier and the waterfront – at one discounted price. With one trip to Pierce County, you’ll encounter wildlife, outdoors experiences, art, history, classic cars and more. Bring a camera!
3-Day Mountain City Sea Pass
- Museum of Glass
- Tacoma Art Museum
- Washington State History Museum
- Foss Waterway Seaport Museum
- Fort Nisqually Living History Museum
- LeMay Collections at Marymount (in Spanaway)
- Discounts at Grand Cinema, Tacoma Glass Blowing Studios and hotels
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- Mobile exclusive
- Must activate within 180 days of purchase
- Valid for 72 hours after first use
10% Off Nightly Rate
Welcome to the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Sumner, conveniently located just north of Downtown Sumner and a short drive to both Tacoma & Seattle. The Seattle Tacoma International Airport is less than 20 miles away. Leisure travelers can enjoy a comfortable stay at our Sumner hotel which is minutes from restaurants, shopping & local attractions. Wild Wave Theme Park, Northwest Trek, Point Defiance Zoo & the Aquarium, King County Aquatic Center, and the Tacoma Dome are all nearby & are great for family outings
15% Off Nightly Rate
Welcome to the new Home2 Suites by Hilton DuPont. Whether traveling for business or leisure, you’ll feel right at home with modern décor and free WiFi. Our spacious suites also feature well-equipped kitchens with full-size refrigerators, dishwashers and microwaves.
15% Off Nightly Rate
This Hampton Inn & Suites is near world-class golf and awe-inspiring national parks. Plan a family reunion, golf weekend or explore the parks close to charming, historic DuPont. In town, enjoy dining at local restaurants or discovering amazing walking and cycling trails.
The Museum of Glass is a center that nurtures artists, celebrates the dramatic Studio Glass movement and encourages creativity. This vision is realized through exhibitions in its galleries, art installations on its outdoor plazas, the hands-on art studio, and the Museum’s diverse educational programs, as well as the Hot Shop, where visitors can watch artists create art from molten glass.
Tacoma Art Museum is an anchor in the city’s downtown 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.
Walk into Fort Nisqually and experience daily life in the 1850s at a regional trade and agriculture center. This British outpost was the first globally connected settlement on Puget Sound. Today, Fort Nisqually is a living history museum where volunteers and staff, in period clothing, engage visitors in the work, crafts, and social practices of the mid-19th century. Open year-round. Located in Tacoma’s Point Defiance Park, Fort Nisqually Living History Museum features seven historically furnished buildings, including two National Historic Landmarks, as well as a Visitor Center with Museum Store. A modern multi-purpose room is available for rent for groups of 60 or fewer. After hours, the Fort grounds may be rented for up to 350 people.
These walls can talk! A visit to Washington State History Museum means interactive fun and learning for all ages. Watch trains roll through the largest public model railroad layout in the state. Sit in a covered wagon and snap a selfie! View the state’s oldest artifacts. Learn about tribes who have called Washington home since time immemorial. Experience dynamic exhibitions including A Thousand Words’ Worth: Washington Authors Tell Stories With Objects and this summer’s In The Spirit Contemporary Native Arts. And don’t forget Galloping Gertie!
Children 5 and under get in free!
Located on the waterfront in a century-old wooden wheat warehouse, The Foss Waterway Seaport was originally built for cargo arriving by rail and departing by sail during the early years of Tacoma. The Foss Waterway Seaport is Puget Sound's premier maritime heritage, education and event center where families, students and communities come to discover, explore, work and play.
The LeMay Family Collection Foundation was born out of Harold LeMay's dream of keeping his massive car collection together and in a place where others could appreciate it. Separate from America's Car Museum in downtown Tacoma, the LeMay Family Collection is still directly owned and controlled by the LeMay family.
The Grand Cinema is the South Sound's nonprofit home for independent, international, and local film.
Our mission is to enhance the cultural vitality of the Greater Tacoma community through the art of film. As a nonprofit, we are supported by loyal patrons, volunteers, small staff, and Board of Directors.
- $2.50 Off Regular Ticket Price
Glassblowing studio and gallery with tons of locally made art glass in all sizes, shapes & price ranges. We do the glassblowing experience on weekends and by appointment, so call ahead to book.
- 15% Off Glass Items or Glassblowing Experience