There are so many things to see and do in Tacoma. But when it comes to Father’s Day, how will you choose to celebrate? Here are a few ideas ..
Hoods up for Father’s Day
For the auto loving man in your life, consider a tour through Lemay America’s Car Museum in the Dome District. For the entire week surrounding the big day, Lemay tends to celebrate with their engines ready.
Take him out to the ball game!
Tacoma Rainiers are a sure hit for the grand slam into summer. Grab your seats or a grassy spot, a beer and a hotdog and enjoy the show!
When it comes to Tacoma, markets are in the works. Sundays are special to the Point Ruston market and La Paloma’s Artisan Vintage Market but the Saturday prior also includes Proctor and the Happy Market downtown where Dad-minded specials await.
Laugh out Loud
Treat dad to a night at The Tacoma Comedy Club!
Half Priced Dad’s at the Zoo
Enjoy half-off Dad’s admission to the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium.
Take the family for a stroll around Chambers Bay and even venture into the green if dad is a golfing guy. Take a bike ride over the Narrows Bridge to Cushman trail for lunch at The Harvester in Gig Harbor. Rent kayaks down at the Foss Harbor Marina.
Hit South Tacoma for live music 7 nights a week at Stonegate or Dawson’s Bar and Grill.
Bowl at Bass Pro
The underwater, fishing theme at Uncle Buck’s Fishbowl in Bass Pro is a guaranteed good time for all ages. Be sure to come early and get your name on the list before grabbing a bite to eat or browsing the shop.
Enjoy a cold brew at one of the many popular places around town, including 7 Seas Brewery in the Dome district, The Copper Door in Stadium, Peaks and Pints in Proctor or Pint Defiance in Narrows district..