Anderson Island Historical Society
Find online resources, learning labs and youth connections workshops to help students evaluate how history shapes the present and future.
The Foss Waterway Seaport is Puget Sound’s maritime heritage education and event center where families, groups and communities come to discover, explore, learn and play.
Tacoma Film Festival goes (mostly!) virtual in 2020. Named by MovieMaker Magazine as one of the 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World. Full program announced October 1.
Play to Learn is a free program for children and adults to playfully interact together with songs, activities, and stories based on a weekly theme. Mondays and Wednesdays at 10 a.m.
The Harbor History Museum tells the history of the Gig Harbor Peninsula with exhibits and hands-on interactives. The museum provides visitors with a journey through the history of the Gig Harbor Peninsula. Admission is FREE!
Better Futures Celebration Week Virtual Lunchtime Kickoff on October 13th from 12-1 PM PST. Executive Director Dr. Kimberly Keith will give program updates, share stories from students, and provide information about the online auction.
Historic Tacoma advocates for the recognition and reuse of our historic places and connects people with preservation resources. We empower supporters and community members to become active partners in saving Tacoma’s heritage.
Job Carr Cabin Museum provides interactive learning for elementary students and our community. Our Learn at Home webpage offers engaging activities and interdisciplinary lesson plans highlighting the Oregon Trail and Tacoma history.
The Karshner Museum & Center for Culture and Arts is committed to exhibits, & opportunities for learning. This year we will be offering virtual and online activities with our artifacts, exhibits, and the arts.
America's Car Museum - Celebrating America's love affair with the automobile.
LeMay Collection at Marymount provides a journey through decades (1800-present) Is home to the largest collection of Automobiles and Memorabilia in the PNW. Come learn how various collections influenced our past and present.
Metropolitan Ballet of Tacoma
Watch MOG's Hot Shop Team create a Rondel Plate with narration from Walter Lieberman in this week's Glass Break. New episodes premiere on the Museum's YouTube Channel every Monday at 9 am.
Open on weekends to pre-scheduled, pre-paid visitors for a Native American Seasons tour. Add in Pioneer Folklore and a Pioneer Craft to learn about early settler life.