• Public transportation within walking distance, including bus and train service to Seattle. Just 2 blocks from the FREE Sound Transit Trolley that services all of downtown!
  • Located in the heart of downtown Tacoma.
  • Within a few blocks of dozens of highly-rated restaurants, including such cuisine as: Seafood, Steak, Asian Cuisine, Italian, Sushi, Tex-Mex and more.
  • Nearby attractions include the world-famous Glass Museum, the Lemay Auto Museum, The Tacoma Convention Center, UW-Tacoma, Tacoma Art Museum, Point Defiance Park, Vashon Island and much more.
  • Within walking distance of gourmet grocery stores, boutiques, spa and salon services, 3 and 4 Star lodging, martini bars and much more.



Tacoma Festival of Sail

Join us on the shores of the Puget Sound for Festival of Sail® Tacoma 2017. It’s a rare chance to catch a glimpse, step aboard, and even set sail on some of the grandest ships of yore. Tacoma will be one of only a handful of Pacific ports that will host the historic ships. Festival of Sail® Tacoma 2017 promises to be the largest event in our region’s history featuring ship tours, day sails, educational programming, food and beverage, entertainment and fun for the entire family!

Daffodil Festival

April – The Festival is an annual event that culminates in April with a Grand Floral Street Parade, which travels through the cities of Tacoma, Puyallup, Sumner and Orting, all in one day.

Taste of Tacoma

Late June to Early July – Tacoma's Ultimate Family Festival

Farmer's Market

Tuesdays & Thursday, May through October – The Tacoma Farmers Market is a non-profit organization that is operated by a volunteer Board of Directors, paid staff and a handful of generous volunteers. The markets typically offer fresh fruits and vegetables, such as; Strawberries, Apples, Pears, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Eggplant, and Green Beans.


3rd Thursday of the month, year round – Artwalk was launched in 1989 by a small but dedicated group of artists and gallery owners to help draw more patronage to the downtown arts scene of Tacoma. Admission to participating museums and galleries is free on this day.


Late November through December – The Zoo comes aglow with more than a half-million lights! Bundle up and stroll the Zoo, enjoying live entertainment, animal visits, holiday shopping and more. Warm up with hot chocolate or a visit to the steamy South Pacific Aquarium!

First Night Festival

December 31s – Tacoma's international award-winning, alcohol-free, locally-produced, family-friendly New Year's Festival.

Maritime Fest

Late August – With 52 miles of shoreline, Tacoma’s past, present and future are integrally connected to the Waterfront