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Tacoma Historic Sites & Interpretive Centres

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Built by the Hudson's Bay Trading company in 1833, Fort Nisqually was the first European settlement on Puget Sound. Step back in time and experience the Fort as it was in the 19th century, with volunteers dressing in period clothing reenacting daily life at the Fort.
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Tacoma Nature Center is a 540-acre (218-ha) wetland habitat in the center of Tacoma. Visitors can see numerous animals from ducks and geese to racoons, foxes and more. Admission is free. Donations are appreciated.
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The Old City Hall in Tacoma features an Italian Renaissance clocktower that rings every hour. The hall is located on South Commerce Street.
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Built in 1911 for the Northern Pacific Railroad. The station now houses glass art by artist Dale Chihuly and is the site for a federal courthouse. Union Station also links the Museum Districtís three museums.

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