Living in one of the best cities; Tacoma Washington


Tacoma has so much to offer it’s residence and visitors. With it’s miles of waterfront, amazing views of the Puget Sound, and lots of history.



The Narrows Bridge is a piece of history in itself, Galloping Gurtie, and presents some of the best photo opportunities of the Puget Sound.

Cheney Stadium– Built in 1957 is home to the Pacific Coast League baseball team; Taoma Rainiers the home of Pacific Coast League baseball in Tacoma began in 1957
The grassy knoll at the Tacoma Rainiers.
Many of the businesses here are Mom and Pop places that have been here for decades.
We get all 4 seasons, somewhat in order.

If Tacoma doesn’t have it, a short drive in any direction and you’ll find it.
Great children’s museum that is FREE (pay what you can)
You can jog/walk/bike from the glass museum, around to Ruston Way & all the way into Pt. Defiance.

Tons of street fairs
The gorgeous views
Hidden trails to walk
Close knit feel, you almost always end up knowing someone everywhere you go.
Hilltop Artists program – glassblowing for middle schoolers.
Blue Mouse Theater.
Point Defiance Zoo has an actual zipline now.
Old architecture & the cobble stones alleyways.
Random art from official installments at parks or buildings to the street art stenciled all over or the knit bomber or the streets signs project and monkeyshines.
This is a creative city. It takes a little grit to make a pearl.
Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital.
The combination of military and universities result in some really interesting activities, arts, shopping.
Tacoma School of the Arts and SAMI (Science and Math Institute) are both public high schools with really specific, amazing programs.
The cost of living – you can get more for your money, especially in terms of homeownership.



Living in Tacoma, Washington