Located in Point Defiance Park, Camp 6 Logging Museum offers 14-acres (6 ha) of artifacts relating to the logging industry. A national Registered Historic Place, Camp 6 features a replica of a working logging site, including worker bunks and railroad equipment.
Located at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, this museum showcases bird, mammal, reptile, amphibian and plant specimens from the Pacific Northwest. The museum is open Monday through Friday.
The Shanaman Sports Museum is located at the Tacoma Dome and is open when there is an event scheduled. The museum features artifacts and a video documentary that explores the area's sports heritage.
This museum pays tribute to the original Euro-American settler of what is now Tacoma. Admission is free, and donations are accepted.
Opened in 2002, the Museum of Glass presents a hall, an amphitheater/workshop, a theater and galleries that offer a range of exhibitions and art installations. Browse art by international artists working in a wide range of mediums.
The Children's Museum of Tacoma features a variety of hands-on exhibits that aim to make learning fun. The museum also provides workshops and birthday party events.
The Lemay Museum hosts an extraordinary collection of automobiles. In fact, the collection is recognized as the world's largest privately-owned collection.
Bringing the history of Washington to life, Washington State History Museum features interactive exhibits, theatrical storytelling, artifacts and more. The museum is open daily.
The Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum preserves historic documents and letters. The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday. Exhibits are on display for three months at a time, and admission is free.
Located at the Port of Tacoma, this museum features a showcase of local maritime heritage. The venue can be booked for school field trips.
Asia Pacific Cultural Center
The Asia Pacific Cultural Center features a look at Asian culture as it relates to the Western hemishpere.